Editor's note: Every Sunday Fortune publishes a favorite story from its magazine archives. This week marked the beginning of one of the key pieces of the Obama administration's Affordable Care Act. In light of the launch of online insurance exchanges, we turn to a 1993 article about the Clinton administration's attempt to bring health coverage to millions of uninsured Americans.
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FORTUNE -- Sir James Dyson, the British multi-billionaire and engineer, is no entrepreneurial suck-up. Rather than cater to existing consumer preferences, MORESep 30, 2013 1:52 PM ET
Why good leaders keep unlikely company.
By Sanyin Siang
FORTUNE -- Having bid summer farewell, conferences and events have become staples in our calendars. Fall is when we meet new people, expand our networks, and reconnect with colleagues and contacts.
Too often, though, we get stuck in a networking rut. Naturally, we look to connect with people in our industries or similar lines of work to learn and to grow. But great leaders deliberately build MORESep 30, 2013 11:50 AM ET
On the road with NRG CEO David Crane, who is working to revive the hurricane-wracked country -- and using it to develop power ideas for the rest of the world.
By David Whitford, editor-at-large
FORTUNE -- David Crane, CEO of NRG Energy, has been been in Haiti a lot since the 2010 earthquake that killed an estimated 300,000 and left 1.5 million homeless, and he never goes alone. In June he MORESep 30, 2013 5:30 AM ET
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