Alan Murray, Fortune

Alan Murray


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Recent articles by Alan:

Healthcare CEOs say the sector is in the midst of a 'paradigm shift'

The pandemic has brought unprecedented levels of collaboration and innovation in the space of months, rather than years. → Read More

For Danone's CEO Emmanuel Faber, stakeholder capitalism "is a fact"

The executive says the company wants to become a "B corp." Here's what that means. → Read More

George Marshall provides a guide to being a true leader—in business and politics

The late statesman, an architect of the post-World War II world, offers a guide for what true leadership can look like → Read More

PayPal CEO and others say purpose is driving them in a crisis

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As COVID-19 reinvents the vacation, Airbnb is bouncing back

The bookings platform is busier than it was at this time last year. → Read More

Yara wants to help Africa recover as it faces a food crisis of 'biblical' proportions

The fertilizer brand says its committing money to help the continent grapple with the worst locust swarms in decades → Read More

Bending the curve of capitalism

The latest Leadership Next interviewee is Paul Polman, a leading proponent of stakeholder capitalism. → Read More

Here's when CEOs think their businesses will have recovered from lockdown

Half think their revenues will be at least back to pre-crisis levels by January. → Read More

Decades of Jeff Bezos's thoughts are collated in a new book

CEO Daily has had a sneak peak at the upcoming Invent and Wander: The Collected Writings of Jeff Bezos. → Read More

A collection of 23 years of Jeff Bezos' writing to be published in November

Public Affairs and Harvard Business Press are announcing plans to publish "Invent and Wander: The Collected Writings of Jeff Bezos." → Read More

GM's Mary Barra represents a new style of leading

The General Motors CEO has dealt with a lot in her six years at the helm. → Read More

U.S. tech firms are pausing facial recognition, but that creates a problem

Microsoft's Brad Smith points out that Chinese companies are less concerned about privacy and profiling. → Read More

Lessons from Asia’s reopening

The CEOs of Rakuten, Yum China, Alibaba and Grab have a lot of wisdom to share on the subject. → Read More

How Cisco is responding to the death of George Floyd

Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins described the killing as "horrific," "maddening" and "truly abhorrent." → Read More

On racial equity, how can companies show they mean what they say?

A commitment to pay equity is a good start. → Read More

Friday feedback: Readers' views on the corporate response to the George Floyd protests

Readers share their thoughts on the statements companies have made regarding the death of George Floyd and the anger it sparked. → Read More

How the coronavirus pandemic laid the ground for racial unrest

Black adults were more than twice as likely as whites to have been laid off or furloughed during the pandemic. → Read More

Widespread CEO commentary on the George Floyd killing is a new phenomenon

This sort of CEO public reaction to controversial social issues just didn’t happen a decade or more ago. → Read More

CEOs say the pandemic will accelerate stakeholder capitalism

Readers have some tips on cutting down on plastic waste, and some skepticism about industry moves to fix the problem. → Read More

Debating the plastics problem

Readers have some tips on cutting down on plastic waste, and some skepticism about industry moves to fix the problem. → Read More