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Recent articles by Adam:

Why taking those customer satisfaction surveys actually works

Bain consulting invention lets retailers know when customers are satisfied. → Read More

Facebook reveals its new normal

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg explains how most workers can work from home after the pandemic → Read More

The challenge of plumbing the toilet-paper pipeline

Managing supply chains in times of crisis is no easy feat. → Read More

How Instagram became an engine of e-commerce

Facebook unit Instagram turned out to be a great way to sell stuff. → Read More

Uber made the Fortune 500, but it might not stick

Uber made the Fortune 500 list for the first time. → Read More

How Uber is swerving to survive post-pandemic

The COVID-19 crisis has given the ride-hailing giant a chance to strip down to the chassis and rebuild—just in time for its Fortune 500 debut. → Read More

How can the stock market be doing so well right now?

The economy is still crashing while the market races higher. → Read More

How to gingerly reopen society

Without a cure or a vaccine, all our decisions are probabilistic. → Read More

Do we need $4 trillion worth of real estate for parking places?

Dan Ammann, CEO of self-driving car startup Cruise, says no. → Read More

The companies that will be devastated by the economy this year

All of the Fortune 500, even including tech giants like Google, Apple, and Microsoft, will be hurt by the COVID-19 outbreak. → Read More

Why Google is a better stock bet than Facebook right now

Google's search-driven ads will recovery quicker than Facebook's ad business, Loup Ventures analyst Gene Munster says. → Read More

Tech stocks with Fortune executive editor Adam Lashinsky and tech analyst Gene Munster

Executive editor Adam Lashinsky chats with longtime tech analyst Gene Munster on Wednesday, April 29, at 10:00 Pacific/1:00 Eastern. → Read More

“Do-something-itis” is the impulse behind all these coronavirus projects

Dyson, Google and Apple have high-tech efforts to fight COVID-19 may not be needed. → Read More

Fintech and digital currency use boosted by coronavirus

The disease is prompting the use of digital payment tools. → Read More

Silver Lake investor Egon Durban sees coronavirus curbing office space

'Butts in seats' is being disproven, according to one tech investor. → Read More

Netflix adds 16 million subscribers in first quarter

16 million new subscribers joined in the first quarter. → Read More

Everyone is Zooming, but is this even good business for Zoom?

But most users don't pay Zoom to video conference. → Read More

Behind the complete collapse of business at Yelp

Reservations and searches plummet with restaurants, gyms, and beauty salons all closed. → Read More

This self-driving tech company’s balance sheet is unaffected by the deep recession

Aurora has no revenues to be lost in a downturn. → Read More

Apple goes deal-shopping during the coronavirus outbreak

Apple bought weather app Dark Sky, A.I. developer Voysis, and AR company nextVR. → Read More