Venezuela is one of America's biggest suppliers of crude--and that's the way leftist President Hugo Chavez likes it. He's looking to squeeze more dollars out of the international oil companies that drill there, while keeping prices high. Should we worry?
Editors note: Every Sunday we publish a relevant story from our magazine archives. In light of the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, this week we turn back to 2005 for a look MOREMar 10, 2013 6:30 AM ET
In his new memoir, My Share of the Task, former general Stanley McChrystal draws leadership lessons from his military career.
By Claude R. Marx
FORTUNE -- Too often memoirs by former leaders are heavy on score settling and filled with phrases such as "if they had taken my advice things would have turned out better.'' Those books are fun to read and at times juicy, but they aren't terribly nutritious from MOREMar 8, 2013 7:25 AM ET
Ten years after the SARS outbreak, Hongkongers are less likely to wear surgical masks in public. The question is: Are masks even effective in preventing the spread of respiratory disease?
By David Whitford, editor-at-large
FORTUNE -- It has been exactly 10 years since the deadly SARS outbreak that infected more than 8,000 people worldwide, killed 774, and made surgical masks a common sight in cities across Asia.
Hong Kong, where 299 died, MOREMar 8, 2013 5:00 AM ET
A management shakeup and reorganization at Toyota spell major change for an automaker on the mend.
By Doron Levin
FORTUNE -- After widespread vehicle recalls and safety concerns badly dented Toyota Motor Corp.'s reputation and finances in 2009, Akio Toyoda -- president, chief executive and heir of the founding family -- vowed to remedy the automaker's famed insularity.
His goal: make Toyota more nimble and responsive. A management shakeup and reorganization announced MOREMar 7, 2013 3:06 PM ET
Twists and turns led to crucial new Chrysler manufacturing facility in Indiana.
By Doron Levin
FORTUNE -- Chrysler Group's $374 million investment in three Indiana transmission plants last Thursday prompted a great sigh of relief in mostly rural Tipton County. Five years ago the global financial crisis stopped the new plant there in its tracks. The plant was supposed to bring employment and activity to a rural community. Instead a big MOREMar 5, 2013 11:23 AM ET
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