Barred from his father's company, he quietly got rich on his own. Now everything's wrapped in one tasty package and he sells more candy here and abroad than Hershey.
Editors note: Every Sunday Fortune publishes a relevant story from our magazine archives. This weekend, as children gather to hunt for candy-filled Easter eggs, we take a look at the family and culture that created some of America's favorite sweet treats.
by Harold B. Meyers
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Ford's relaunch of its Lincoln luxury brand isn't off to a great start.
By Doron Levin
FORTUNE -- Ford Motor Co.'s campaign to fix its floundering Lincoln luxury brand has slipped back a notch or two with the flubbed launch of its MKZ sedan, which had to be suspended due to poor quality of the vehicles.
Lincoln dealers in the U.S. were understandably irritated after the $7.4 million of MKZ advertising during MOREMar 29, 2013 6:57 AM ET
Autonomous driving technology could cut down on vehicles' weight - and therefore improve fuel efficiency.
By Doron Levin
FORTUNE -- Earlier this month, President Obama proposed spending $2 billion over the next decade to find an alternative to operating cars and trucks on oil -- an idea that has been catnip to the political class. Previous presidents and congresses have sought favor with voters by spending on gas-electric hybrids, biofuels, advanced MOREMar 27, 2013 11:25 AM ET
That question dominated the invitation-only China Development Forum.
By David Whitford, editor at large
FORTUNE -- It wasn't Davos, quite, but it was awfully cold last weekend in Beijing, and many of the headliners attending the invitation-only China Development Forum (CDF), held among the gardens and waterways (and behind the glass-shard-topped high walls) of the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse, have also been invited to the Alps in January. CDF is where Fortune 500 MOREMar 25, 2013 10:08 AM ET
Most opinions of this young nation are extreme, rooted in emotion or dogma. Mr. Lehrman, whose reports on overseas economics have appeared frequently in these pages, tries for an unbiased view. He is author of the recently published Israel: The Beginning and Tomorrow.
Editors note: Every Sunday Fortune publishes a relevant story from our magazine archives. This week, President Barack Obama visited Israel and the West Bank for the first time since MOREMar 24, 2013 10:00 AM ET
The unbelievable story of the two brothers who started Adidas and Puma and wound up bitter enemies.
By Omar Akhtar
FORTUNE -- Cain and Abel. Romulus and Remus. Adidas and Puma? The rivalry between two of the world's most recognizable brands went far beyond mere corporate competition. It was a vicious family feud that not only pitted two brothers against one another, but also divided the inhabitants of their hometown into MOREMar 22, 2013 8:48 AM ET
Fortune's latest cover story goes inside the startup world in the burgeoning marijuana industry.
FORTUNE -- Jason Levin, a young engineer who lives in Berkeley, is addressing a group of 30 angel investors gathered in a long conference room at Seattle's stodgy Washington Athletic Club. Levin is hoping to persuade one or more of the people around the table to invest in the startup company he envisions, called Uptoke, in exchange MOREMar 21, 2013 7:44 AM ET
Hyundai's newest CUV, the Santa Fe, couldn't be more in line with U.S. drivers' tastes. And the Korean auto company is counting on that.
By Doron Levin
FORTUNE -- The growing preference among American motorists for crossover utility vehicles -- so-called CUVs -- is reflected by the stream of new variants to reach showrooms. The latest? Hyundai's seven-passenger Santa Fe.
Hyundai has risked confusion by calling its new model the Santa Fe -- MOREMar 18, 2013 12:18 PM ET
A fledgling website with some big-name backers, Intrade allows regular people to invest -- not bet -- on the current events they know best.
Editors note: Every Sunday Fortune publishes a relevant story from our magazine archives. This week, as online betting site Intrade shuts down due to a probe of financial irregularities, we turn to a 2005 profile of the company that made betting on quirky and not-so quirky events MOREMar 17, 2013 9:00 AM ET
In a new essay collection, My First Trip to China, distinguished China watchers evoke the world's most dynamic economy as it used to be.
By David Whitford, editor-at-large
FORTUNE -- My first trip to China was in the spring of 2007. I was covering Michael Dell on one of his periodic expeditions to the far reaches of his global computer empire. I stayed at the Shanghai Four Seasons, where I had MOREMar 15, 2013 7:37 AM ET
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