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Michal Lev-Ram

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Palantir's Bet on Big Pharma

Palantir has landed pharmaceutical giant Merck KGaA as a customer. → Read More

Dell EMC Merger: The Gamblers Behind Tech’s Biggest Deal Ever

How a decades-long relationship between Michael Dell and boutique investing firm Silver Lake paved the way for the Dell-EMC merger. → Read More

Dell EMC Merger: The Gamblers Behind Tech’s Biggest Deal Ever

How a decades-long relationship between Michael Dell and boutique investing firm Silver Lake paved the way for the Dell-EMC merger. → Read More

Hillary Clinton Lost: Now What Do I Tell My Daughters?

A Fortune writer shares her experience telling her two daughters that the first woman to run for president lost the election. → Read More

SAP Announces New Benefits for Transgender Employees

Starting in 2017, the enterprise software giant SAP will offer its North America-based workers extended "transgender benefits." → Read More

This Unlikely Guest Will Appear on Chelsea Handler’s Show the Day After the Election

The comedian has a history with this conservative pundit. → Read More

Priscilla Chan on Husband Mark Zuckerberg: We Challenge Each Other

She talks about putting $1 billion into philanthropy. → Read More

IBM’s Ginni Rometty: Some Companies Are High-Growth, We Are High-Value

IBM CEO GInni Rometty spoke about IBM earnings at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit → Read More

Qualtrics Edges One Step Closer to IPO With COO Hire

Qualtrics, which sells online survey tools to academic institutions and now serves 65% of the Fortune 500, hired a COO. → Read More

What Keeps Fortune 500 CFOs Up At Night?

Acquisitions, activist investors, and financial guidance are just the start. → Read More

Palantir Responds to Labor Department’s Discrimination Lawsuit

The analytics company says the department's analysis was faulty. → Read More

Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith Hacks His Job (And His Life)

Ryan Smith, founder of online survey company Qualtrics, juggles work and family by analyzing every minute of the time at work and at home. → Read More

What Would Tim Ferriss Do?

We asked the self-help guru for advice. This is what we got. → Read More

Ed-Tech Startup Coursera Launches Online Learning for Companies

Remember MOOCs? Otherwise known as massive open online courses, these ed-tech disruptors were supposed to revolutionize higher learning, delivering quality classes to the masses at little or no cost. In late 2012, The New York Times ran a feature story titled "The Year of the MOOC." The hype escalated. And then, well, it died down. But the startups in the space—at least the bigger ones—didn't.… → Read More

Why This Startup Donated Itself to Khan Academy

Khan Academy founder Sal Khan explains his nonprofit's latest move. → Read More

How Netflix Became Hollywood’s Frenemy

Netflix’s campaign to crank out original content is­ changing the way TV shows and movies get made—whether Hollywood likes it or not. → Read More

Thank You, Silicon Valley

Seven things we're thankful for this Thanksgiving. → Read More

Agribusiness Gets Less Hands-on and More High-Tech

Silicon Valley’s appetite for agricultural and food-related startups is growing. → Read More

Comcast CEO on Notoriously Bad Customer Service: 'Steady Progress'

Comcast CEO Brian Roberts said cord-cutting hasn't (yet) put a big dent in Comcast's overall numbers. → Read More

How Should Companies Navigate the Future? Think Fast

The CEOs of IBM and Wells Fargo share their tips for transformation at Fortune's Global Forum. → Read More