Analyst Meredith Whitney says that the flood of cheap, natural gas will ultimately bring manufacturing jobs back to the U.S.
Banking analyst Meredith Whitney says that conservative-leaning 'fly-over' states are attracting more jobs than tax-heavy states like California.
URS CEO Martin Koffel tells Fortune how his business still profits from nuclear power plants despite very few new plants being built.
At its annual I/O conference, Google showcased a number of software updates yet almost nothing new in hardware.
Change.org founder Ben Rattray talks to Fortune's Adam Lashinsky about how his petitions website is able to attract users and investors.
New York City mayoral candidate Christine Quinn tells women she stopped thinking about how she is viewed by others because then 'I'm not spending all of my brain doing.'
General Mills CEO Kendall Powell says that genetically-modified food is safe and does not need a special label.
CEO Bob McDonald wants Procter & Gamble to move to a zero waste production environment.
Fortune's Geoff Colvin talks about how the success of a company depends on the relationship between the CEO and the board.