Amazon just keeps on hiring


Amazon is going on a hiring spree with plans to fill more than 185,000 new positions globally. Read More

There’s an ugly history buried beneath A.I.


Colonialism’s painful legacy can be found everywhere—from AI to attempt at allyship. Read More

When startup exits aren’t such good news


With the frothy startup environment, it’s easy to forget some companies aren’t doing as well as they look. Read More

Fortune wants to hear from working parents as the new school year gets underway


As the fall kicks into gear, what concerns are top of mind for moms and dads—and how are employers helping them cope (or not). Read More

These are the best workplaces for women


Fortune's latest lists are out. Read More

Global stocks gain, U.S. futures flatline as a big ‘Triple Witching’ deadline looms today


It's "Triple Witching" Friday, and Goldman predicts it could be a volatile one. Read More

The failed bid to topple Gavin Newsom and the politics of public health


Gavin Newsom vanquished his political opponents in California's closely watched gubernatorial election on Tuesday. The politics of COVID and public health are a major reason why. Read More

Crypto companies set their sights on derivatives


From FTX.US to Coinbase, crypto exchanges are looking to wade into the lucrative, yet highly-regulated, business of derivatives. Read More

What billionaire space racers can learn from Norm MacDonald


Maybe spaceflight for non-billionaires could be good? Read More

Goldman Sachs dives into fintech’s latest trend with GreenSky


Goldman Sachs snaps up GreenSky, putting it in the BNPL space Read More

Simone Biles fights the system


She and other top gymnasts say jailing Larry Nassar isn't enough. Read More

How businesses can retain the trust they’ve won during the pandemic


A PwC survey, in partnership with Fortune Brand Studio, had some interesting findings. Read More

The U.S.’s first shot at vaccine diplomacy in Asia failed to deliver. Can a second do the trick?


'Quad' leaders have another chance to help vaccinate Asia after their first attempt failed. Read More

Bitcoin and Ethereum gain, stocks teeter ahead of a big batch of labor and retail data


U.S. futures point to losses on the Dow and S&P 500 for a fourth straight day. Read More

COVID deaths are up 40%. These states are running low on ICU beds and health workers


The Delta variant continues to wreak havoc. Read More

Apple’s lucky iPhone 13


It may be the iPhone 13, but Apple has little to fear. Read More

The rise of the world’s most valuable, female-led startup


Canva is now the most valuable female-led startup in the world. Read More

Just how harmful is Instagram for young women?


A new report alleges that internal Facebook studies have found that the app makes "body image issues worse for one in three teen girls." Read More

Here’s why CEO pay rose last year


Salaries declined as CEOs showed solidarity with workers, but stock compensation surged. Read More

Bitcoin gains, stocks flatline as bearish market calls grow louder


Asia and European shares under pressure, as are U.S. futures. Read More

What Facebook is hiding from us


But the battle isn't over. Here's why. Read More

The real reason people fear critical race theory


A look at what happens when a learning moment grows into a battlecry Read More

What will A.I. make possible by 2041? Technologist Kai-Fu Lee has some ideas


Science-fiction writer Chen Qiufan collaborated with Lee to craft short stories to illustrate his predictions. Read More

A not-so-secret, secret ingredient in Mailchimp’s new $12 billion valuation


Mailchimp is a rare, non-venture-capital-backed company that has hit decacorn status with Intuit's $12 billion cash-and-stock deal. Read More

Angela Merkel is finally a ‘feminist’


The German chancellor embraces the label after years of reluctance. Read More

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