Andrew Nusca, Fortune

Andrew Nusca


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Andrew:

The Conversation: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on how the tech industry can win back public trust

Six years into leading one of the largest technology companies on earth, Microsoft’s CEO talks about the role of technology in society and where the industry goes from here. → Read More

Spotify Saved the Music Industry. Now What?

Profits are hard to come by—and Apple and Amazon aren't going away. → Read More

Another Front Opens in the U.S.-China Trade War: CEO Daily

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

Exclusive: Quibi Taps Mellody Hobson, Roger Lynch for Board of Directors

The former DreamWorks chairwoman and current Condé Nast CEO join the board of Meg Whitman and Jeffrey Katzenberg's latest venture. → Read More

The Trick to Growing Revenue and Keeping Employees Happy at the Same Time? Culture

There is indeed a correlation between organizational culture and business outcomes, according to a new survey. → Read More

For Edie Falco, an 'Attitude of Gratitude' After Surviving Breast Cancer

At Fortune's Brainstorm Health conference, the Emmy award-winning actor explains how ritual and family keep her grounded. → Read More

Former GE CEO Jeff Immelt: To Combat Costs, CEOs Should Run Health Care Like a Business

The former GE chief executive—now with Collective Health, NEA, and Athenahealth—offers his views at Fortune Brainstorm Health in San Diego. → Read More

Want to Change Health Care? 'The One Thing That Doctors Respond to Is Data'

To change healthcare, change behaviors. To change behaviors, show physicians the data. → Read More

To Change the World, Set an Unreasonable—If Not Impossible—Goal

Muster courage to tackle life's absurdities and you may just tap your true potential, entrepreneurs say: "You have permission to go do it." → Read More

Michael J. Fox on Living with Parkinson's, Research Challenges, and His New Tattoo

The actor joins Debi Brooks, in conversation with Fortune's Clifton Leaf, to discuss living with and researching Parkinson's disease. → Read More

The Trick to Achieving Universal Health Care? Drones

Zipline's Keller Rinaudo shows blood-delivering drones at Fortune's Brainstorm Health conference. → Read More

In Praise of 'Precision Health,' Not Just Precision Medicine

Predict, prevent, and cure—precisely, argues Stanford Medicine dean Lloyd Minor at Fortune's Brainstorm Health conference in San Diego. → Read More

Kaiser Permanente CEO: 'Health Care Isn’t Affordable. Period.'

At Fortune Brainstorm Health in San Diego, Bernard Tyson urged health professionals to halt the escalation of costs for care. → Read More

They Bear Witness. They Report. They're Threatened, Jailed, or Worse.

Abuses to press freedom are on the rise around the globe. These 10 journalists represent the worst examples, according to the One Free Press Coalition, which FORTUNE joins. → Read More

Fortune Brainstorm Health 2019 Livestream

Streaming video live from San Diego, California. → Read More

Facebook Exec: 'There Is No Such Thing as Neutral Design'

Is Facebook so well-designed that it's actually bad for us? Margaret Gould Stewart, vice president of product design, weighs in. → Read More

Tony Fadell: Want to Design for a Sustainable Future? Think Different

The world isn't homogenous. Designers shouldn't design for it to be, according to the man who co-developed the iPod. → Read More

IDEO CEO Tim Brown: For Design, 'Empathy Is Not the End, It's the Means'

Design has come a long way in business classes and boardrooms. But there's plenty more work to be done. → Read More

Great Place to Work for All Summit 2019 Livestream

We're streaming select video live from the 2019 Great Place to Work for All summit in San Francisco, California. → Read More

AMD CEO: Security Flaws 'A Wakeup Call' for Chip Makers

"It’s a day-one expectation that when you buy a processor, it’s not going to leak your data," Lisa Su said Monday. → Read More