CBS, Michael Dell, and others are giving David Agus's A Short Guide to a Long Life to their employees to encourage good health.
By Caroline Fairchild, reporter
FORTUNE -- Dr. David Agus admits he is not good at treating advanced diseases. A cancer doctor and author of the No. 1 New York Times bestseller The End Of Illness, Agus says he is tired of telling patients that he has run MOREJan 17, 2014 12:15 PM ET
The home teams in the NFC and AFC championships excluded ticket-buyers from much of the country. Experts say the practice is legally dubious.
By Daniel Roberts, writer-reporter
FORTUNE -- Over the weekend, the National Football League's Seattle Seahawks beat the New Orleans Saints, and the Denver Broncos beat the San Diego Chargers. By Sunday night, both teams were saying: "No tickets for you!" to fans of their next opponents.
The Seahawks and Broncos MOREJan 15, 2014 9:25 AM ET
Why, in public relations terms, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is cooked.
By Fraser P. Seitel
FORTUNE -- On one side are the arch defenders, extolling the bravura two-hour, no-question-off limits press conference.
On the other side are the carping critics, condemning the pity-party press conference that yielded few answers and repeated Nixonian denials that "I am not a bully."
And while it's quite true that few pinned-in-the corner politicians would have MOREJan 14, 2014 10:42 AM ET
At issue: What sorts of matters must be handled by federal district judges and which can be overseen by bankruptcy judges.
By Roger Parloff, senior editor, legal affairs
FORTUNE -- The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case today that will either help bankruptcy litigators recover their bearings after a 2011 High Court ruling threw them for a major loop -- or force them to see their world turned further upside MOREJan 14, 2014 10:27 AM ET
As buyers return to showrooms, automakers are offering traditional catnip: speed and sporty styling.Jan 14, 2014 10:16 AM ET
Disney Animation has its first bona fide smash in almost two decades, and, Iger tells Fortune, the company's plans for the franchise include a Broadway show.
By Jennifer Reingold, senior editor
FORTUNE -- When Walt Disney CEO and Chairman Bob Iger showed up at the premiere of film Frozen on Nov. 27, he was already sure that the animated musical about two sisters was something special, a return to the magical MOREJan 13, 2014 5:00 AM ET
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