Alan Murray, Fortune

Alan Murray


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Past articles by Alan:

Amazon HQ2, Iran Sanctions, Xi vs Trump: CEO Daily for November 5, 2018

Must-read business news, delivered every morning. → Read More

Corporate R&D Spending Is at a Record High—With Chinese Firms Posting the Fastest Growth

A PwC report shows companies pouring more money into research and development—a good sign for future innovation. → Read More

Book Review: 'Keeping At It' by Paul Volcker, Christine Harper

The outspoken former Federal Reserve chairman, 91, doesn't miss a step in his latest book, "Keeping At It: The Quest for Sound Money and Good Governance." → Read More

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty Says $34 Billion Deal for Red Hat Will 'Reset the Cloud Landscape'

The tech giant announced it was buying software provider Red Hat on Sunday. → Read More

Former Fed Chair Paul Volcker Has Advice for Jerome Powell on How to Handle Trump's Attacks

Volcker, the former chair of the Federal Reserve, has some tips for the current chief on dealing with Trump's criticism of the Fed policy. → Read More

Trump Fed Up, Google Compliance, Facebook Metrics: CEO Daily for October 17, 2018

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The U.S. Has a New Highest-Paid CEO and He Made $103 Million Last Year

Tan tops the list of highest-compensated chief executives as outlined by the Conference Board's 2018 study of CEO pay → Read More

GE and Pfizer CEOs, Instagram Head, Google Ad Chief: CEO Daily for October 2, 2018

Must-read business news, delivered every morning. → Read More

How Companies Can Safeguard User Privacy in the Data Era

The debate over ethical security systems that use, but not abuse, personal information. → Read More

'This Is a Fundamental Issue:' Why Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins Challenged Trump on Border Separations

He doesn't always wade into politics, but this is different. → Read More

Nikesh Arora to Become CEO of Palo Alto Networks

"I really wanted to be an operator," the former SoftBank president tells Fortune. → Read More

The Best Books of 2018, According to CEOs

The best business books (and otherwise) published this year, according to Fortune CEO Daily readers. → Read More

Here’s What Fortune 500 CEOs Think About Trump’s Policies, the Global Economy, and Facebook

A majority who responded to our Fortune 500 CEO poll think the social network needs more regulation. → Read More

Introducing the New Fortune 500 List

The 2018 ranking of U.S. companies by revenue is out. See who made the cut. → Read More

Data Sheet—Big Companies Have Too Much Political Power, Hillary Clinton Says

Hillary Clinton, in an interview at the Shared Value Initiative summit, said major corporations have amassed too much political influence. → Read More

Hillary Clinton Sees Too Much Political Power Amassing In Big Business

Hillary Clinton expressed concern in an interview about the political power amassed by major corporations. → Read More

It's Time for Corporate America to Bring Back the 'Don't Be Evil' Motto

Recent controversies at Starbucks and Delta Airlines show the need for more ethically aware leadership at companies. → Read More

T-Mobile CEO John Legere's Brash Style Could Help Win Sprint Merger Approval

T-Mobile CEO John Legere can point to his strong record of success as a competitor as he fights for approval to merge with Sprint. → Read More

How T-Mobile CEO John Legere Could Pull Off the Merger Everyone Said Was Impossible

T-Mobile CEO John Legere will pitch his company's merger with Sprint as a way to beat back Chinese advances in 5G wireless technology. → Read More

Problems Arising From Big Tech Companies Will Consume Politics for Decades

Issues about privacy, competition, and other matters arising from the tech industry will be debated in Washington, DC for decades to come. → Read More