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June 1, 2018 / Fortune Asia / Volume 177 / Number 6 / THE FORTUNE 500 ISSUE

FEATURES

The Annual Fortune 500
The definitive benchmark of America’s biggest companies.
PAGE NO. 23

The Long Game
By CLIFTON LEAF
Every Fortune 500 CEO knows he or she should be managing for the long term. Why do so many of them get stuck on the next quarter?
24

Amazon Gets Fresh
By BETH KOWITT
What does the e-commerce titan want from its purchase of Whole Foods? Not much-just total retail domination.
26

Facebook’s Fix-It Team
By MICHAL LEV-RAM
To purge bad posts, the social network is hiring thousands of moderators and deploying leading-edge A.I. It’s also collecting even more data about its users.
PAGE NO. 36

What the Hell Happened?
By GEOFF COLVIN
Few corporate meltdowns have been as dramatic as General Electric’s. The question is whether this great company can come back.
PAGE NO. 44

How JPMorgan Learned to Love the Blockchain
By ROBERT HACKETT
To take advantage of finance’s buzziest innovations, America’s biggest bank had to figure out how to collaborate with hacker types. The cultural collision could pay off.
54

Lone Star Rising
By JEFFREY BALL
In a dusty swath of West Texas known as the Permian Basin, a historic oil boom is pushing U.S. oil production to record levels and bringing sudden wealth to locals-along with some thorny challenges.
PAGE NO. 62

Paper Jam!
By SHAWN TULLY
Xerox had planned to sell itself to Fujifilm-until activist Carl Icahn and a Texas billionaire blocked the deal. Inside the craziest showdown raging on Wall Street today.
74

THE LISTS
F-1 The 500 Largest U.S. Corporations
F-23 Arrivals and Departures
F-24 Explanations and Notes
F-25 Company Performance
F-29 The 500 Ranked Within Industries
F-38 Index
PAGE NO. 87

DEPARTMENTS

BRIEFING

7 Solving a Wireless Merger Mystery
T-Mobile and Sprint have been trying to fit together since 2014, but regulators haven’t been convinced. Could 5G be the key piece of the puzzle?
By AARON PRESSMAN

10 Ford’s Car Escape
The humble sedan will soon be an afterthought to the company that built the American car industry.
By KIRSTEN KOROSEC

12 Barbie’s Diversity Dance
Despite a few slip-ups, Mattel should double down on more-inclusive Barbies.
By LISA MARIE SEGARRA

13 Vacation, G7-Style
A Quebecois guide to foreign policy, piste, and poutine.
By PHIL WAHBA

14 America’s Scooter Showdown
They’ve descended on U.S. cities overnight, but are our streets ready?
By ARIC JENKINS

FOCUS

TECH

15 Man in the Middle
Meet Ro Khanna, a little-known congressman who represents some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley.
By RICHARD MORGAN

VENTURE

18 The Last Gasp of the Boys’ Club
A dozen Fortune 500 boards still lack a single female director. What will it take to bring the holdouts into the age of equality?
By CLAIRE ZILLMAN

PASSIONS

20 Beauty Sleep
In a nonstop world, bed might be the ultimate luxury.
By LINDSEY TRAMUTA

BACK PAGE

LAST BYTE

128 The Fortune 500: Then and Now
A graphic look through the ages.
Text by BRIAN O’KEEFE; graphics by NICOLAS RAPP

CORRECTION

The World’s Greatest Leaders list (May 1) erroneously identified the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as a financial partner in Aspect Ventures; it should have said that Melinda Gates is a partner.

ON THE COVER: ILLUSTRATION BY MUOKKAA

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KHANNA: BRAD WENNER

Unlikely banker Amber Baldet.

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May 1, 2018 / Fortune Asia / Volume 177 / Number 5 / THE WORLD’S 50 GREATEST LEADERS

FEATURES

THE WORLD’S 50 GREATEST LEADERS

Introduction: There’s Strength in Unbundling
By GEOFF COLVIN
For centuries, greater size made companies and nations more formidable. Now leaders are learning the power of a smaller scale.
PAGE NO. 20

The 2018 List
BY JONATHAN CHEW, ERIKA FRY, and the FORTUNE staff
Fortune’s fifth annual list of the thinkers, speakers, and doers who are stepping up to meet the world’s biggest challenges.
22

The Nick Saban Standard
By BRIAN O’KEEFE
The University of Alabama football coach has done more than just win. His success has influenced a whole new generation of competitors and coaches.
28

Redemption for Bitcoin’s Biggest Villain
By JEN WIECZNER
He led the world’s biggest Bitcoin exchange before a mysterious heist made it go bust. As clues emerge and Bitcoin’s price surges, Mark Karpel鑚 is on the hunt for answers.
PAGE NO. 40

Retail Reckoning
By PHIL WAHBA
Private equity has invested hugely in the retail sector-boosting some brands and crushing others. Here’s how these investors are remaking your mall.
48

Breach of Trust
By KRISTEN BELLSTROM and BETH KOWITT
For women, late-night business meetings require a leap of faith that they’ll be treated professionally. Two execs say ex-Tronc chair Michael Ferro betrayed that trust.
54

DEPARTMENTS

BRIEFING

5 Facebook Can’t Solve This Problem Alone
Even Mark Zuckerberg says more social media regulation is inevitable-but will new rules shore up today’s giants or tear them apart?
By AARON PRESSMAN

8 The First Victims of a New Trade War
U.S. farmers’ pain could be the tip of the iceberg if trade tensions escalate.
By CHRIS MATTHEWS

9 Drug Prices Are Increasing
So is Big Pharma lobbying.
By JAY HANCOCK and ELIZABETH LUCAS

FOCUS

TECH

11 A New Code of Conduct
What are the legal ramifications of a self-driving car at fault? A look into what happens when robots go awry.
By KIRSTEN KOROSEC

13 Your Next Home Could Be 3D-Printed
One Texas company wants to make it possible to download and print a livable structure.
By CHRIS MORRIS

VENTURE

15 Go on Green Light
Every entrepreneur has a ”light bulb moment.” Cole Zucker’s was quite literal.
Interview by DINAH ENG

PASSIONS

17 Aston Martin’s Next Century
James Bond may have put it on the map, but the British marque is determined to stir, not be shaken.
By JACLYN TROP

BACK PAGE

LAST BYTE

64 Raise a Glass to Equities
When it comes to long-term investing, the one asset class that even fine wine can’t beat? Stocks.
Text by BRIAN O’KEEFE; graphic by NICOLAS RAPP

ON THE COVER: COLOR TEARS BY VVOEVALE (2), AND HUDIEMM, BOTH FROM ISTOCK/GETTY IMAGES

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SEAN CONNERY WITH ASTON MARTIN: COURTESY OF EVERETT COLLECTION





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April 1, 2018 / Fortune Asia / Volume 177 / Number 4

FEATURES

DIGITAL HEALTH
Big Data Meets Biology
By ERIKA FRY and SY MUKHERJEE
Just about everyone agrees that America’s health care system is broken. Is better data the medicine we’ve been looking for?
Fortune goes deep into tech’s next big wave.
PAGE NO. 24

Inside Bar軋’s Global Empire
By VIVIENNE WALT
Spanish soccer giant FC Barcelona has an aggressive game plan to grow its sales-especially in the U.S. At home, it remains a symbol of Catalonian pride.
PAGE NO. 36

Second to None, but Still Number Two
By LEIGH GALLAGHER
Tech firms are hiring top-performing women to be their chief operating officers. But do these jobs represent a prelude to a CEO role-or a new glass ceiling?
PAGE NO. 46

Deep in Debt
By SHAWN TULLY
The White House and U.S. CEOs’ celebration of historic tax cuts won’t last long: Government deficits are on the verge of swamping the economy.
PAGE NO. 56

DEPARTMENTS

BRIEFING

7 The Quest to Clean Up the Internet
Silicon Valley firms are hiring thousands of human moderators to help police a flood of fake and criminal content online. It won’t be enough.
By MICHAL LEV-RAM

10 Food Giants Look to Fido for Growth
Pet food sales are climbing, driving a hunger for acquisitions.
By PHIL WAHBA

FOCUS

VENTURE

11 A Very Grubby Business
Why insects might be part of the solution for a looming food crisis.
By VIVIENNE WALT

TECH

14 Is Snapchat’s Redesign Brilliant-or a Blunder?
A disruptive change to the mobile app has some users up in arms.
By CHRISTINA AUSTIN and ANDREW NUSCA

INVEST

15 Special Report: State of the Market
The Fortune investment team offers six stocks that are poised to thrive right now-along with a glimpse of what the next market reality might look like.

PASSIONS

21 Private Aisle
How travel companies are going to great lengths to keep their high rollers happy.
By SHEILA MARIKAR

BACK PAGE

LAST BYTE

64 Luxury Real Estate Is Soaring Globally
The ranks of the ultrawealthy are growing fast, and their money is driving up high-end real estate prices.
Text by BRIAN O’KEEFE; graphic by NICOLAS RAPP

CORRECTION

The 100 Best Companies to Work For list (March 1) mistakenly said that Salesforce uses its own software to identify strong performers who haven’t had promotions. In fact, an internal recruiting team performs this function.

ON THE NEWSSTAND COVER: ILLUSTRATION BY EDDIE GUY

ON THE BRAINSTORM HEALTH CONFERENCE COVER: GRAPHIC BY NICOLAS RAPP

[This article consists of an illustration. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

Deafness

Retinitis pigmentosa

Coronary artery disease

Alzheimer’s disease

Schizophrenia

Thrombophilia

Asthma

Diabetes mellitus

Spinocerebellar ataxia

Blood group

Leukemia

Gastric cancer

Epilepsy

Obesity

Neuropathy

Breast cancer

Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease

Prostate cancer

Lymphoma

Colon cancer

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Human disease: a network of genetic connections. (For more see page 33.)

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