Alan Murray, Fortune

Alan Murray

Fortune

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Fortune
Past:
  • TIME.com
  • Wall Street Journal

Recent articles by Alan:

One of Warren Buffett’s most famous sayings is about to come true

A bunch of companies will soon be 'swimming naked.' → Read More

Why provocateur Scott Galloway believes America is adrift

It’s a tale of lost credibility and growing inequality. → Read More

ESG investor proposals are booming, fueled partly by conservative groups critical of ‘anti-racist’ corporate trainings

Conservative proposals criticized “anti-racist” training programs at large companies as discriminatory. → Read More

Larry Summers predicts a long battle against inflation—and he’s usually right

The former Labor secretary and Harvard president has a reputation for truth-telling when the economy is out-of-whack. → Read More

The battle for CFO talent isn’t slowing down with the economy

"We will be living with this demand pace that we’ve seen for at least the next five years," says Clem Johnson, president of the search firm Crist/Kolder. → Read More

Big companies keep increasing their climate commitments—especially when governments tell them to

But only a third of Fortune Global 500 companies have set targets for 'Scope 3' reductions. → Read More

Why the leadership style Zoetis CEO Kristin Peck adopted in the pandemic still resonates with her millennial workforce today

The leadership style Zoetis CEO Kristin Peck adopted in the pandemic still resonates with her millennial workforce today. → Read More

Accenture CEO Julie Sweet makes no apologies for her company’s focus on environmental and social goals

Diversity is "completely intertwined with our success," says Sweet. → Read More

4 actions CEOs should take in the era of high inflation

Resilience and efficiency will be key—but don't forget to keep growing. → Read More

‘Not the best idea:’ Workday co-CEO Aneel Bhusri doesn’t like the SEC’s effort to measure and regulate ESG

"I’m not sure how those three things came together," Bhusri said. → Read More

Box CEO Aaron Levie, who taught a Stanford class on digital disruption, is surprised at how Disney has responded to the streaming threat

Box CEO Aaron Levie, who taught a Stanford class on digital disruption, is surprised at how incumbents like Disney have responded to new tech. → Read More

CEO Daily readers weigh in on the return-to-the-office debate and heightened business risk

This week's issues sparked bold reactions from Fortune readers. → Read More

Are these unusually challenging times for business? The data says yes

There really are an awful lot of black swans flying around right now. → Read More

CFOs have a bigger fear than a recession right now

CFOs' top business concern aligns them with Fed Chair Jerome Powell. → Read More

Fighting inflation won’t be quick or painless

The brief and shallow recession hypothesis—which markets seemed to be betting would end rising interest rates—appears to have died. → Read More

Why the Business Roundtable has lost its environmental enthusiasm

The business group omitted the environment from a recent statement and opposed Democrats' landmark climate bill. → Read More

Impending recession unlikely to be brief and shallow if elevated inflation lingers

Executives are still concerned about hiring costs, production costs and supply chain disruptions. → Read More

The Business Roundtable told corporations to look beyond profits for shareholders 3 years ago. Did it make business better?

The public's perception of business is improving, even if there remains a long way to go. → Read More

81% of CEOs are preparing for a recession—but most expect it to be ‘brief and shallow’

A new measure of CEO confidence shows how chief executives are planning for downturn. → Read More

Indeed.com CEO reveals what job seekers want from an employer: ‘People now are looking for something very different on all sides of the economy.’

Indeed.com CEO Chris Hyams says, 'People now are looking for something very different on all sides of the economy.' → Read More