Execs from companies on Fortune's annual list of World's Most Admired companies explain how they stay ahead of rivals.
By Stephanie N. Mehta, deputy managing editor
FORTUNE -- Many of the perennials on Fortune's annual World's Most Admired list (companies such as IBM, Disney, and Apple) are trumpeting their willingness to embrace change as part of their strategies for staying ahead -- and maintaining their "admired" status.
At Fortune's recent Most Powerful MOREOct 20, 2013 9:48 PM ET
Questions arise about due process clause, sixth amendment.
By Roger Parloff, senior editor
FORTUNE -- In Chevron's (CVX) civil racketeering suit in Manhattan against environmental lawyer Steven Donziger, Chevron is seeking to call two Ecuadorian witnesses to testify in a courtroom closed to the public and to Donziger himself, in order to protect the witnesses from reprisals for their testimony.
Donziger's attorneys would be permitted to participate at the hearing, under the MOREOct 20, 2013 1:59 PM ET
The respected veteran golfer stopped by to talk to Fortune about business after sports, philanthropy, and fitness.
By Daniel Roberts, writer-reporter
FORTUNE -- Gary Player is still going strong. The South African golfer is a legend not only for his victories -- at 29 he completed a Grand Slam, only the third player to do so and still today the only non-American to do it -- but also for his class MOREOct 16, 2013 5:43 PM ET
The former Treasury Secretary warns against undermining the securities market.
By David A. Kaplan
FORTUNE -- Larry Summers, the former chief economics adviser to President Obama and former Treasury secretary in the Clinton administration, told Fortune last night that a default on government financial obligations "is not an experiment we should ever run."
As Congress continues to debate legislation to avert default that the government says will occur tomorrow, Summers dismissed any MOREOct 16, 2013 12:09 PM ET
Lawyer is accused of obtaining huge judgment in Ecuador fraudulently
By Roger Parloff
FORTUNE—Chevron's long-awaited racketeering suit against Steven Donziger, in which the oil giant accuses the environmental lawyer of having won a $19 billion judgment against it in Ecuador in 2011 through a pattern of bribery, extortion, witness tampering, and obstruction of justice, got off to a halting, glitch-marred start yesterday in federal court in Manhattan.
While the MOREOct 16, 2013 11:52 AM ET
American consumers aren't impressed enough with electric vehicles and hybrids to pay what automakers are charging.Oct 15, 2013 5:00 AM ET
It's called "The Dump." No, really, that's the name.
By Catherine Dunn, reporter
FORTUNE -- Twice a year E.J. Strelitz's company buys up designer showrooms from High Point Market in North Carolina, the furniture industry's monster trade show, and brings them -- along with other furnishings from across the country -- to a place called The Dump.
It's a curious name for a national chain that trades in major life purchases MOREOct 14, 2013 11:23 AM ET
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