Andrew Nusca, Fortune

Andrew Nusca

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Fortune
Past:
  • Boston Herald
  • ZDNet

Recent articles by Andrew:

When It Comes to Diversity and Inclusion, 'This Is a Problem About Power'

We're on our way to better workplaces, but problems persist. The answer? Identifying and addressing our blind spots. → Read More

Stacey Abrams: 'Yes, I Will Run Again'

The Georgia gubernatorial candidate spoke at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Next Gen summit in Laguna Niguel, Calif. → Read More

The Best Business Leaders Aren't CEOs. They're COOs

Why do CEOs have all the power in an organization? To get through the tough times, look to the No. 2, execs said at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Next Gen summit. → Read More

The Key to Taco Bell's Tone? 'We Think of Ourselves As an Underdog'

Marisa Thalberg, global chief brand officer for the popular Tex-Mex food chain, explains how Taco Bell engages its customers. → Read More

Fortune Global Tech Forum 2018 Livestream

Live from Guangzhou, China. → Read More

Autodesk CEO: The Fast-Growing Tech Industry Needs 'Rational Oversight'

"We need to define what is acceptable for how we use people’s data and how we ask for permission to use it," Andrew Anagnost says. → Read More

FORTUNE Sells to Thai Businessman for $150 Million

The 88-year-old business brand goes to Chatchaval Jiaravanon, executive chairman of Thailand’s biggest conglomerate, Charoen Pokphand Group, as a personal investment. → Read More

5G Wireless Networks? Prepare for a Ton of New Equipment

"You need to have, essentially, an antenna per lamppost," says Michael O'Hara, CMO of mobile-industry trade group GSMA. → Read More

Verizon Wireless Networks Chief: 5G Will Herald Immersive Learning, Smarter Manufacturing

Faster data? Yes. Lower latency? Definitely. But the real excitement is in industry applications, says Nicki Palmer, Verizon's head of wireless networks. → Read More

Ericsson CEO: 5G Wireless Networks Are 'Critical National Infrastructure'

Börje Ekholm is bullish on next-generation cellular networks, believing that competition will be fiercer between companies than countries. → Read More

The Bruising Brawl Over OLED

Behind the inky picture of OLED display technology is a fight among some of the world's wealthiest electronics companies. → Read More

U.S. Returns to No. 1 in Global Competitiveness, Report Says

It's the first time the U.S. came out on top since the 2008 financial crisis. → Read More

Justin Trudeau: 'This Is Canada's Moment to Lead'

Fresh from USMCA negotiations, the Canadian prime minister makes a hard sell to CEOs at the 2018 Fortune Global Forum. → Read More

Siemens USA CEO: Corporate Leaders Need a 'Digital Quotient'

In today's transforming world, IQ and EQ aren't enough. We need a 'DQ,' Barbara Humpton says. → Read More

Bird CEO: 'The Places Where There Are No Laws, That's Where We Go In'

Travis VanderZanden, founder and CEO of the ascendant electric scooter company, speaks at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit. → Read More

Box CEO Aaron Levie: Why Big Companies Need Small Teams

Aaron Levie tells Fortune's Adam Lashinsky how growing startups should balance the impact of large scale and the agility of tight teams. → Read More

Google CFO Ruth Porat: When It Comes to Data Privacy, 'We Need to Constantly Raise the Bar on Ourselves'

“Respect the user," the Alphabet CFO said at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit in Laguna Niguel, Calif. → Read More

Want to Innovate with Purpose? Don't Ask for Permission.

CEOs of Anthem, Hershey, Guardian Life, and more explain how they embrace social impact at their companies. → Read More

Fortune Global Forum 2018 Livestream

Live from Toronto, Canada. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg's Truth Problem

It's difficult for Facebook employees to give their CEO the unvarnished truth. It's just as hard for him to hear it, Andrew Nusca writes. → Read More