One of Coca-Cola's top marketing executives found unexpected lessons about work and life from her Zimbabwean mentee.
FORTUNE - Wendy Clark, SVP of Coca-Cola's Global Sparkling Brand Center, is a participant in this year's Fortune-U.S. State Department Global Women's Mentoring program, which brings rising-star women from developing countries to the U.S. each year to shadow participants of the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit. Since the program launched in 2006, more than 250 MOREPatricia Sellers - Apr 16, 2014 8:00 AM ET
At cable TV giant Discovery Communications, believing in a Brand Ideal -- and betting big money on it -- has helped quadruple the stock.
This is Part 4 of a series for Fortune.com by Jim Stengel, former global CMO of Procter & Gamble and author of Grow: How Ideals Power Growth and Profit at the World's Greatest Companies. In today's Guest Post and in two more over the next two Fridays, Jim digs into the best MOREPatricia Sellers - Apr 11, 2014 8:00 AM ET
Is DreamWorks movie boss Stacey Snider headed to 20th Century Fox? If Rupert Murdoch has his way, she will be.
FORTUNE -- Rupert Murdoch, in an exclusive interview released today in the new issue of Fortune, confirms the rumor churning through Hollywood: He is trying to lure Stacey Snider, the co-chairman and CEO of DreamWorks Studios, to 20th Century Fox.
"I'm a great admirer of her. And I've had long talks with MOREPatricia Sellers - Apr 10, 2014 3:25 PM ET
In his first wide-ranging interview in five years, Rupert Murdoch talks about remaking his business, luring back his son Lachlan, divorcing Wendi Deng, and moving beyond a very trying past few years.
FORTUNE -- "I had a very bad month in January and February. I had a fall in San Francisco. I fell on my head," says Rupert Murdoch in an exclusive interview with Fortune Magazine that covers the gamut of the media titan's MOREPatricia Sellers - Apr 10, 2014 7:33 AM ET
Motorola Solutions, which played a historic role on D-Day and in the first moonwalk, found new growth by rebuilding around clear ideals that everyone can relate to and be proud of.
This is Part 3 of a series for Fortune.com by Jim Stengel, former global CMO of Procter & Gamble and author of Grow: How Ideals Power Growth and Profit at the World's Greatest Companies. In today's Guest Post and in four more MOREPatricia Sellers - Apr 4, 2014 8:00 AM ET
Masters of the venture capital universe tend to be male and biased toward funding guys with decent business plans and big dreams. How can women entrepreneurs compete?
Guest Post by Mary Civiello
FORTUNE -- If you're a woman entrepreneur looking to raise money, chances are high that you're pitching to men. Fewer than 10% of venture capitalists in the U.S. are female, and gender biases prevail. Academic and anecdotal evidence indicates:
- VCs MOREPatricia Sellers - Apr 2, 2014 8:30 AM ET
The fast-growing, eco-friendly company is building an innovative manufacturing plant on Chicago's ripe-for-renewal South Side.
This is Part 2 of a series for Fortune.com by Jim Stengel, former global CMO of Procter & Gamble and author of Grow: How Ideals Power Growth and Profit at the World's Greatest Companies. In today's Guest Post and in four more over the next four Fridays, Jim digs into the best practices of the best ideal-based companies MOREPatricia Sellers - Mar 28, 2014 8:05 AM ET
Jim Stengel, once the star marketing boss at P&G, tells how the best companies grow faster than their rivals. First, get the values right.
This is Part 1 of a series for Fortune.com by Jim Stengel, former global CMO of Procter & Gamble and author of Grow: How Ideals Power Growth and Profit at the World's Greatest Companies. In today's Guest Post and in five more over the next five Fridays, Jim digs MOREPatricia Sellers - Mar 21, 2014 8:03 AM ET
A group of star women with deep connections to sports know that if you learn to love failure, you're more likely to become a successful leader.
FORTUNE -- So You Fail, So What. That's the title of a Fortune cover story that I wrote two decades ago. The story still has legs (readers ask me about it to this day) and is more relevant now than ever: The global flow of MOREPatricia Sellers - Mar 14, 2014 12:51 PM ET
Eventbrite's Julia Hartz learned a lot on her way to building a startup valued at $1 billion.
FORTUNE -- Eventbrite president Julia Hartz is on a roll. Less than one year after raising $60 million to expand the startup she founded with her husband Kevin, the entrepreneurial couple has quietly raised some $60 million more in venture capital -- at a $1 billion company valuation, according to my Fortune colleague Dan MOREPatricia Sellers - Mar 13, 2014 12:14 PM ET
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