Alan Murray, Fortune

Alan Murray


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Recent articles by Alan:

Satya Nadella explains Microsoft's climate responsibilities

The Microsoft CEO spoke at Fortune's CEO dinner in Davos last night. → Read More

Davos: The stakeholder capitalism debate is over

CEOs no longer see conflict between stakeholder capitalism and shareholder value. → Read More

Davos discusses the climate emergency

CEOs say the issue has moved up their priority list for a variety of reasons, ranging from employee pressure to the bottom line. → Read More

What CEOs see as the top threats to their businesses

Pessimism abounds as CEOs see slowing growth and threats awaiting in the form of regulation and trade conflicts. → Read More

Boeing's big buybacks are part of a bigger picture

A deep dive into Boeing's priorities in recent years suggests its problems were two decades in the making. → Read More

Tough jobs, health-care futures and sustainability promises

It's time for some Friday feedback on this week's newsletters. → Read More

The case for a health care futures market

The idea is laid out in a new Fortune magazine feature called The Big Idea. → Read More

BlackRock CEO’s letter on climate change signals where finance is headed

Larry Fink's announcement that BlackRock would reshape its investments to reflect sustainability concerns is marking the way for the rest of the industry. → Read More

New Boeing CEO David Calhoun Has Not 1—But 2—Company Reputations to Save

David Calhoun is one of the last remaining protégés of Jack Welch—and now he's in charge of the beleaguered planemaker → Read More

Every Company Is a Digital Company

CEO Daily talks to Julie Sweet, CEO of Accenture, as she maps out growth for the next decade → Read More

Leadership Principles, Driverless Cars, and the Market In 2020

CEO Daily readers had plenty to say at the end of a busy week. → Read More

Investors Have Lost Their Bearings in Predicting 2020 Market Performance

Could investors make money in 2020 even when the economy goes down? → Read More

Natura CEO on Environmental Standards and Not Doing Business in China

Brazil-based Natura says its environmental and social standards mean not doing business in one of the world's largest markets → Read More

Your Predictions for the 2020s

Prominent CEO Daily readers weigh in on what's coming next decade. → Read More

What Changes Will the 2020s Bring?

Fortune asked figures such as JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon and Land O'Lakes CEO Beth Ford what they see on the horizon. → Read More

The Pessimism of Harvard Business School Alumni

A survey of Harvard Business School graduates does not suggest a rosy outlook for American competitiveness, employment figures or wages. → Read More

Parsing the WeWork Debacle

The WeWork saga may have been the high point of the "blitzscale" era. → Read More

An Early Christmas for U.S. Farmers

President Trump has reportedly signed off on a preliminary trade deal with China. → Read More

How Equality Sparks Innovation

Companies that embrace diversity are also more likely to have a culture of innovation. → Read More

Defending Satya Nadella's Pay

The kind of culture change seen at Microsoft could only have been accomplished by an extraordinary leader. → Read More