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Adam Lashinsky


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Recent articles by Adam:

With Larry Page and Sergey Brin Gone, Alphabet’s Problems Are Sundar Pichai’s Problems Now

Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down from the company and its parent, Alphabet. → Read More

Private Equity Firm Silver Lake Got Rich Off Tech. Now It's Moving Beyond It.

The firm which won big with bets on Seagate, Skype, Nasdaq, and Dell just named two new co-CEOS. → Read More

Why One of Tech's Major Investors Has Turned Against the Industry

The backlash against Facebook, Google, and others is fueled by a major tech investor. → Read More

Why Mattel’s New CEO Wants to Make a Live-Action Barbie

A turnaround emphasizes Hollywood flash over high-tech toys. → Read More

Mattel CEO Ynon Kreiz Is Rewriting a Toy Story

Strategic missteps and bad luck have added up to years of decline at the toymaker. Kreiz, the company’s fourth CEO since 2012, is trying to flip the script—and counting on Hollywood to play a starring role in its comeback. → Read More

Why Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is Fortune's Businessperson of the Year

Satya Nadella runs Microsoft with teamwork. → Read More

Europe Regulates Tech Instead of Stirring Innovation

Europe's business climate has favored regulation over innovation for technology companies. → Read More

How Yves Saint Laurent’s CEO Worked to Improve Corporate Culture

Organizational changes are “not boxes to you have to fill. They have to mean something,” says CEO Francesca Bellettini. → Read More

Shunning Huawei Could Actually Hurt American Tech

The Chinese telecom equipment maker plans to shift where it spends $11 billion on supplies. → Read More

CEOS from Johnson & Johnson, McKInsey Speak

Fortune's Global Forum in Paris is to hear from the CEOs of Johnson & Johnson and McKinsey. → Read More

Google, Facebook, Other U.S. Tech Hit By Europe's Rules

Big U.S. tech companies like Facebook and Google have paid fines and agreed to restrictions from Europe's privacy regulators. → Read More

China Demands Facial ID Use, But Allows Debate

China is allowing its citizens to question the use of facial recognition technology, even as it requires the use of the biometric security measures. → Read More

Chinese Electric Car Entrepreneur Looks to Freeze Human Brains Next

Chinese entrepreneur He Xiaopeng built an electric car company. Now he wants to freeze human brains. → Read More

China's Own Bitcoin Digital Currency Coming Soon

China is expected to release its own digital currency soon that would allow virtual transactions in RMB. → Read More

As the Trade War With China Ends, Who Won and Who Lost?

With tensions declining and a settlement in sight, was there any lasting damage? → Read More

Fitbit Gets Struck by Silicon Valley’s Hardware Hex

Google is acquiring Fitbit for $2 billion after the fitness tracker and smartwatch maker flopped. → Read More

How Apple Pleased Wall Street Despite Slow Sales

Revenue rose just 3% but Apple's stock price neared an all-time high. → Read More

What AT&T Did To Satisy an Activist Investor

AT&T met the demands of Elliott Management, sending AT&T's stock price up. → Read More

What Should Amazon Do After Losing $10 Billion Contract to Microsoft

Microsoft beat out Amazon for a 10-year government cloud services contract. → Read More

Remembering Mark Hurd, Oracle’s Brash Co-CEO

The longtime tech leader passed away last week, leaving a legacy of running top tech companies. → Read More