Shawn Tully, Fortune

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Past articles by Shawn:

The inside story of how Nelson Peltz got his way at Disney—and his detailed plan for a rebound

His turnaround playbook helped rescue P&G and Heinz. Now Peltz lays out where Disney went wrong and how the company can be turned around. → Read More

There’s a wild theory that the price of Bitcoin is being propped up—and the academic who proved manipulation in 2017 suspects it may be happening again

Bitcoin's recent price stability has some wondering whether big buyers could be setting a price floor and pushing the cryptocurrency higher. → Read More

Where to invest in 2023: 5 surprising strategies for beating the indexes this year

The sweeping global selloff has opened up interesting buying opportunities for investors who know where to look. → Read More

How CEOs can lead in a recession and come out stronger: 5 powerful strategies from corner-office veterans

Battle-tested business leaders from CVS, Southwest Airlines, Honeywell and other Fortune 500 companies share their best ideas for navigating a downturn. → Read More

A strategy session in the skies: How Delta CEO Ed Bastian took the airline out of a tailspin into ‘the strongest buying in our history’

The airline is experiencing what Bastian calls a "counter-cyclical recovery." His business is booming at time when inflation rampages, an economic slowdown is underway, a full-blown recession may be looming, and a host of sectors from housing to semiconductors are suffering. → Read More

Elon Musk is taking the stand over his $50+ billion Tesla compensation. Here’s how he unlocked a pay package almost as big as Delaware’s GDP

Looking back at how Musk hit target after target in a complicated 10-year plan to unlock rewards now worth some $50 billion. → Read More

As Amazon’s value drops below $1 trillion, this chart shows how dramatically the biggest tech heavyweights have fallen

As recently as February, no fewer than six enterprises—Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet (Google), Meta Platforms (Facebook) and Tesla—all sported valuations exceeding twelve figures. → Read More

The housing price decline won’t be nearly as bad as predicted, says A.I. landlord who is building a single-family-home empire

The Amherst outlook augurs big declines in such overcooked cities as Phoenix, Seattle, and Denver, but a slightly down to relatively flat trajectory in most of the still affordable Southwestern and Midwestern markets where Amherst concentrates. → Read More

The economist who just won the Nobel Prize warns the Fed will cause ‘all kinds of trouble’ if it continues on its current path

If the Fed slams on the brakes too hard, they'll cause a collision says the U of Chicago professor. → Read More

Meet the globe-trotting ‘money doctor’ who has helped slay inflation all over the world—and is convinced the Fed is botching the job here in the U.S.

One of the last monetarists, Hanke has had a wild career saving troubled economies all over the map. But these days he’s concerned with one basket case in particular: the U.S. → Read More

Exclusive: Carl Icahn talks about his Twitter investment

"I don't talk about our positions, but I do not deny it," replied the multi-billionaire in his trademark, Bronx-bred twang. "We bought about half a billion in shares at $36 or $37." → Read More

Housing prices plunge in 77% of U.S. metro areas: ‘The turn has finally happened’

"This is the beginning of a trend that should send prices down between 8% and 10% by next August," says the American Enterprise Institute's Housing Center director Ed Pinto. → Read More

5 dividend stocks to beat a turbulent market

When the S&P 500 falters, turn to steady, dividend-rich picks. → Read More

Larry Summers says that more mega-billionaires like Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates would be good for America—with one caveat

Summers thinks it’s crucial to keep the freewheeling entrepreneurial culture that spawns so many mega-billionaires because they’re also mega-job-creators. → Read More

Contrarian economist Larry Summers was right all along about inflation. His ominous new prediction for what’s next.

The noted economist compares fighting inflation to taking a whole course of antibiotics. → Read More

Research Affiliates has sweeping new investing advice: Shun yesterday’s winners and embrace these three types of stock market ‘losers’ which may return 8-12% a year

Look for the "losers" say analysts at Research Affiliates. → Read More

Inflation will get worse from here thanks to housing costs, says a Duke finance professor

Housing costs are the biggest force by far in moving the CPI, but because of the way they’re measured, a large portion of those increases aren’t yet counted in the index. → Read More

The MicroStrategy whistleblower offers up fascinating details about Michael Saylor in $25 million tax fraud suit

It's clear that the whistleblower had extremely close contact with Saylor, and given the knowledge of the jockeying inside of MicroStrategy, might well have been a high-ranking executive. → Read More

California rolls out a daring new housing policy to combat high home prices and increase supply

The approach to making more homes more affordable, titled "Light Touch Density," was developed by the American Enterprise Institute's Housing Center in 2019. → Read More

How Riot Blockchain capitalized on a hot Texas summer to make more money selling power than mining crypto

Riot's lucrative sideline consists of curtailing output and getting paid for releasing the unused power to stabilize the famously-stressed Texas grid. → Read More