Alan Murray, Fortune

Alan Murray


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Recent articles by Alan:

Measuring stakeholder capitalism just got easier

The World Economic Forum has released 21 core metrics to aid the effort. → Read More

Extraordinary stories of business success defy economic downturn

The CEOs of Hint Water and RingCentral provide yet more examples of booming business. → Read More

How AB Inbev is trying to change the world

CEO Carlos Brito is this week's guest on the Leadership Next podcast. → Read More

Who's changing the world this year? The clue lies in unprecedented collaboration

This year's Change the World list is topped by a group of companies that have quickly pulled together in the face of crisis. → Read More

The ghost of the dot-com bubble

The parallels between today and 2000 need close evaluation. → Read More

Why Accenture thinks the 'Henry Ford moment of the digital era' is coming

CEO Julie Sweet says the pandemic is speeding up digital transformation. → Read More

How businesses are preparing for the U.S. election outcome

A Biden win wold mean more investment in tax planning, and a Trump win would mean more supply-chain investment. → Read More

Announcing Fortune Connect, our new membership community

It's a community for mid-career professionals who are on the executive track, rising fast, and leadership bound. → Read More

The future of the call center

The shift to call-center operators working from home is finally underway. → Read More

Pfizer's Albert Bourla: Vaccine efforts are improving Big Pharma's reputation

The CEO acknowledges a perception of political involvement lingering over a possible COVID vaccine, but says quicker results are "better for society." → Read More

Why PayPal's Dan Schulman gave workers pay increases, without the market requiring it

The PayPal CEO is a passionate proponent of stakeholder capitalism. → Read More

Fortune has a full fall of virtual events coming up

Our in-person conferences may be out of action for now, but there's huge demand for their virtual replacements. → Read More

Over a third of executives still have no timeline for reopening their offices

And the widespread availability of a vaccine isn't a deciding factor for many. → Read More

Workers trust their employers during the pandemic—for now

The real test could come this fall. → Read More

Most knowledge workers don't want to return to the office full-time

Slack has some early results from its research into the future of work. → Read More

CEOs aren't promoting stakeholder capitalism for the publicity

They're genuinely struggling with their role at a time when employees, customers, investors and society are demanding ever more of them. → Read More

The future of working will be at home—and at the office

Working "in two places at once is difficult" says Matthew Lock and Simon Pole, founder and global design director of Unispace. → Read More

Inclusion in the Dow should give stocks a boost. It doesn't always work out that way

Over time, the track record is less impressive than you might think. → Read More

The post-COVID office will be very different

Gensler's co-CEOs say people will need more room. → Read More

Top CEOs are more confident about growth now than they were before the pandemic

Smaller businesses may disagree. → Read More