Beth Kowitt, Fortune

Beth Kowitt

Fortune

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  • Entrepreneur

Past articles by Beth:

Tech Insiders' Top Advice on How to Get More Women on Corporate Boards

A panel at Fortune's Brainstorm Tech in Aspen, Colo., addressed how to get more women on corporate boards. → Read More

Could a Morality Setting Be the Future of Autonomous Vehicles?

A panel at Fortune Brainstorm Tech addressed how to inject humanity into artificial intelligence. → Read More

The First 'Animal-Free' Ice Cream Hits the Market

Startup Perfect Day uses fermentation to make dairy protein without cows. → Read More

PepsiCo Continues Its Push Away from Plastic Bottles to Address Environmental Concerns

PepsiCo is changing the plastic packaging in its water portfolio with its Bubly, Aquafina, Lifewtr brands to answer environmental concerns. → Read More

Exclusive: Kirsten Green’s Forerunner Ventures Is Investing in Femtech Startup Modern Fertility

She's leading the women's health startup's $15 million Series A. → Read More

Exclusive: Kirsten Green's Forerunner Ventures Is Investing in Femtech Startup Modern Fertility

Kirsten Green's Forerunner Ventures is leading femtech startup Modern Fertility's $15 million Series A. → Read More

Why Crystal-Maker Swarovski Is Getting Into Diamonds

Nadja Swarovski said her family's business is getting into lab-grown crystals because they're more sustainable than those extracted from the earth. → Read More

Why Crystal-Maker Swarovski Is Getting Into Diamonds

Nadja Swarovski said her family's business is getting into lab-grown crystals because they're more sustainable than those extracted from the earth. → Read More

How Some of the World's Oldest Banks Are Moving to a Digital Future

Some of the world's oldest banks like Barclays and Leumi are changing their culture to move to a digital future. → Read More

Consumer Companies See Few Signs of an Economic Slowdown Despite Trade War Jitters

Executives from P&G and Deutsche Post say they see few signs of economic slowdown despite trade war jitters and alarm bells from economists. → Read More

Inside Google’s Civil War

It started in Tokyo on Nov. 1, 2018, when 100 employees walked out of Google’s office at 11:10 a.m. local time. Thirteen hours later, the elevators at the company’s New York City headquarters were so packed that workers took the stairs down to the street to protest. employees in Austin observed two minutes of silence […] → Read More

Inside Google's Civil War

Some employees say Google is losing touch with its “Don’t be evil” motto. What happens when an empowered tech workforce rebels? → Read More

Google Employees Call for 'May 1 Day of Action' to Protest Alleged Retaliation

Google workers are calling for "May 1st Day of Action" to protest the company's alleged retaliation of their employee organizing efforts. → Read More

Employees Accuse Google of Retaliating Against Them for Their Organizing Efforts

Employees wrote an internal letter saying Google retaliated against them for organizing efforts like the walkout and AI Council pushback. → Read More

PepsiCo Is Leaving Behind Plastic Bottles and Soda in Its Latest Product Launch

PepsiCo said on Earth Day that it's launching a "hydration platform" that will play off trends in reusable bottles and water consumption. → Read More

Chef José Andrés Won’t Wait for Permission to Feed the World’s Hungry

The renowned chef and founder of the World Central Kitchen nonprofit is No. 9 on Fortune’s 2019 World’s Greatest Leaders List. → Read More

Chef José Andrés Won’t Wait for Permission to Feed the World’s Hungry

The staff of Fortune recently assembled our 2019 list of the World’s 50 Greatest Leaders. This story is part of that coverage. In March, chef José Andrés descended on Manhattan to prepare for the launch of a fresh addition to his restaurant empire—a 35,000-square-foot Spanish food hall in the sparkling new Hudson Yards complex. Here, […] → Read More

Chef José Andrés Won’t Wait for Permission to Feed the World’s Hungry

The staff of Fortune recently assembled our 2019 list of the World’s 50 Greatest Leaders. This story is part of that coverage. In March, chef José Andrés descended on Manhattan to prepare for the launch of a fresh addition to his restaurant empire—a 35,000-square-foot Spanish food hall in the sparkling new Hudson Yards complex. Here, […] → Read More

With Manhattan Opening, Ikea Learns to Live in Small Spaces—Just Like New Yorkers

Ikea has opened its first "planning studio" in the U.S. in Manhattan with an emphasis on small-space living. → Read More

Google Workers Want Heritage Foundation President with 'Anti-LGBTQ' Views Off A.I. Council

The pushback is part of a broader movement of workplace activism in Silicon Valley. → Read More