Alan Murray, Fortune

Alan Murray


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Alan:

Business travel is showing signs of life

Airline and hospitality CEOs say they see signs pointing to a much more rapid business travel recovery than generally expected. → Read More

Recognizing fundamental changes in the nature of capitalism

Tech-driven transformation, the reinvention of office work, and increased focus on ESG are no passing fads. → Read More

CEOs are optimistic about the economy

A slight majority believe the pandemic won't be affecting business much after this year. → Read More

Indra Nooyi's advice for women who want to be CEOs

“First, understand the politics in your organization, but don’t play the politics in your organization.” → Read More

The path to zero isn't as costly for consumers as you might think

The effect on the consumer is not that great, once you trace costs through the entire supply chain. → Read More

CEO turnover has picked up again

Total shareholder returns had much less correlation with turnover than in previous years. → Read More

The design challenge of hybrid work

Good timing for our Brainstorm Design conference. → Read More

Workers want flexibility and are willing to walk if they don’t get it

Slack's Future Forum did a survey. → Read More

PwC's 'once in a generation' strategy change targets checks and balances

It's all about trust and sustained outcomes. → Read More

The basic inequity in the tax system is hard to swallow

The challenge in fixing it is avoiding oscillation between economically destructive extremes. → Read More

Climate, inflation and COVID: Highlights from Day Two of the Fortune Global Forum

It's becoming ever clearer that this is a watershed moment for climate commitments. → Read More

Why Intel's free-marketeer CEO Pat Gelsinger wants a government handout

Gelsinger sees a need for "clear industrial policy" in the U.S. → Read More

Examining why the pandemic was no accelerator for U.S. education

The great accelerator left the education sector in the dust. → Read More

Measuring return-on-leadership

Perhaps surprisingly, Facebook tops the list when it comes to purpose-driven leadership. → Read More

These companies get the need for diversity transparency

We will stay on top of this issue until disclosing diversity data becomes a widely accepted practice. → Read More

This year's Fortune 500 list shows turmoil in corporate America

No change at the top, but look at what's going on further down. → Read More

Moving into the hybrid workplace with intention

Workday and Hilton address the post-pandemic office situation. → Read More

The pandemic's effects on customer relationships

AMC saw the most drastic change. → Read More

The best new books on how to lead from a distance—and design a market to combat climate change

From Spencer Stuart’s James Citrin and Darleen DeRosa, and Mark Carney, two new books that should make your reading list → Read More

Most business leaders want a hybrid workplace, but don't know what that actually means

It's a good idea, whatever it is. → Read More