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A New Marriott CEO Checks In
Reservations in a recession.
Crash-Testing the Plug-In
Ford CEO Alan Mulally on the pitfalls of his company’s newest car.
The Pepsi Generation Gap
CEO Indra Nooyi wants Wall Street protesters to know she’s on their side—sort of.
CBS Chief Bets Rep on ... Ashton?
Spotlight is on Les Moonves as a revamped ‘Two and a Half Men’ premieres.
A To-Do List For America
Here’s what execs with proven track records think should be done.
Hit and Hacked, Sony Fights Back
CEO Howard Stringer on battling cybercrime–and taking on Apple.
Are Ethics for Suckers?
When even Warren Buffett looks bad, the financial world is begging for a backlash.
Ad Titan Martin Sorrell Says Readers Must Pony Up
Let the Times charge readers, says ad titan Martin Sorrell—but news needs subsidies, too.
A Conversation With France's Nuclear Powerhouse
The Middle East is in turmoil, oil prices have skyrocketed, the cost of gas is through the roof. All of which is good news—if you’re Anne Lauvergeon, who may be the world’s most effective proselytizer for nuclear energy.