Alan Murray, Fortune

Alan Murray


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Past articles by Alan:

CEO Karen Lynch says CVS’s acquisition spree is about making health care simpler and more affordable

The pharmacy chain is in the process of buying Signify and Oak Street Health. → Read More

The push for corporate board diversity has slowed, with women and minorities getting a smaller share of new seats

Less diversity could lead to "boards that lack fresh and different perspectives." → Read More

Why the U.S. recession hasn't happened yet

The downturn everyone's predicting is getting delayed again and again. → Read More

How former IBM CEO Ginni Rometty learned to embrace being a female role model

In her new book, Rometty says she initially rejected the idea of being defined by her gender but warmed up to the idea as her profile grew. → Read More

A green hydrogen CEO is convinced the Inflation Reduction Act gets the world 5 years closer to net zero

Tree Energy Solutions CEO Marco Alverà, a green hydrogen expert, is convinced the Inflation Reduction Act will get the world 5 years closer to net zero. → Read More

CEO Pekka Lundmark says Nokia won’t change its name as it tries to shed its cell phone past

Nokia is still associated with phones despite selling the business a decade ago. → Read More

Fortune Brainstorm Health showcases health’s dominant role in the U.S. economy

It seems every company is a now a health care company. → Read More

How the Ukraine war has changed business

There have been big effects on more than just supply chains and inflation. → Read More

Friday Feedback: Empathetic leaders, office mandates, and the end of free coffee

Goldman Sachs' cancellation of free coffee also elicited a good point. → Read More

Is empathetic leadership over? Recent moves by Amazon, Salesforce, Delta and Goldman suggest so

Don’t let the cyclical noise obscure the long-term trend. The economy has changed dramatically over the last 50 years, with human capital becoming ever more important. → Read More

In the venture world, impact leads the way

Cotopaxi founder Davis Smith says business can be a force for good in the world. → Read More

A new book on the Sumner Redstone saga is a real page-turner—but it’s not about business

But it's not about business. → Read More

How to solve the U.S.’s deficit problem

A vibrant economy and functioning federal government would help. → Read More

CEOs aren’t abandoning their ESG plans—but they are changing the language they use to defend them

But they are changing the language they use to defend them. → Read More

The U.S. is behind Asia and Europe on battery manufacturing—but the push is on to change that

Battery guru Christina Lampe-Önnerud is back in the U.S., this time in a public-private partnership. → Read More

Crypto out, tech gone quiet: What we learned from this year’s Super Bowl ads

The ads offer a window into the business zeitgeist of the moment. → Read More

BP CEO Bernard Looney defends keeping clean energy and fossil fuels under one roof

Fortune's interview with BP CEO Bernard Looney prompted lots of feedback. → Read More

BP CEO Looney on climate-target rollback furor: ‘People will not judge us on our words, they will judge us on our actions’

"People will not judge us on our words, they will judge us on our actions," he said. → Read More

President Biden’s industrial policy push is a break from 50 years of orthodoxy

It will change the contours of the global economy. → Read More

Shareholder activism is on the rise—but more actions are failing due to their ‘lower quality’

Experts say it's not a sign of an ESG backlash. → Read More