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Too Small to Fail
A ‘bail-in’ saved Cyprus. But dark days are ahead.
America’s restaurant technology is worse than Polynesia’s.
‘You Just Have To Have It!’
$2,000 to make coffee? $800 to boil rice? In any color you’d like! Inside the American housewares craze.
How to Get Ahead on Facebook Without Really Trying
There’s no mystery to how to make the social-networking site work for you. You don’t need a lot of friends. You just need a lot of cash.
The IMAX Solution
A ‘giant’ way to save movies.
Scoop of the Year
David Corn gets a victory lap.
A Bangalore Baron
An Indian CEO sits atop a cutthroat world.
When airlines merge, who wins?
An outraged hedge funder bites into Apple.
Don’t Tell Mark
The man behind Google Maps and the Facebook search engine on the pleasure of not knowing his way.
How Boeing Lost Its Way
The Dreamliner is grounded. How a scrappy and innovative company lost its way.
Facebook Grows Up
Click ‘like’ for Graph Search.
Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner is turning into a nightmare. Clive Irving reports.
Esther Duflo is pioneering a new form of development economics. Daniel Gross reports.
Eunuchs of the Universe
Tom Wolfe's searing indictment of how the world of finance went wrong and who the new Masters of the Universe are today.
Too Big to Jail?
Why the biggest banks are getting off easy.
The Spirit of Ferdinand Pecora
It’s time for the street to be scared—very scared.
Backstage at the ultimate Washington drama.
A Late-Night Offer
When Bradlee called Graham, things got ‘more fun.’ By Howard Kurtz
That Day of Infamy
Covering 9/11, journalists found a renewed sense of mission. By Daniel Klaidman
A New Chapter
Sometimes, change isn’t just good, it’s necessary.
The Power of the Cover
Former editor Jon Meacham on how telling the story of presidents and top pols has been a key ‘Newsweek’ mission.
The Battle of Brand X
The epic competition betweeen Newsweek and Time as told by two of the finest veterans of the weekly wars.
‘The First Rough Draft of History’
An oral history of the making of a magazine. By Andrew Romano.
A Family Matter
Lally Weymouth on brass bands, meeting Milosevic, and the days when her parents owned Newsweek.
Merry Christmas to Me!
There’s no shame in the epidemic of self-gifting.
Big Rocks are Back
What's driving the surge in giant gems?
Calling All Cabs
Uber and the new road rage.
A Canadian takes the helm at the Bank of England.
Auctioning Off Adventures
Christie’s auctions off National Geographic treasures.
Shopping Becomes a Mini-Vacation
Get set for luxury to win the battle for the brick-and-mortar marketplace.
Our Nitwit CEOs
What the smart guys don’t understand about politics.
Showdown at the Fiscal Cliff
In his standoff with the GOP, the president’s packing heat.
What really did in America’s favorite guilty pleasure.
Welcome to the Twilight Zone
How the right-wing media invented a new reality.
Profiles in Courage
Newsweek salutes America’s bravest.
The Dalai Lama Meets the Bankers
His Holiness schools financiers in secular ethics.
The Contagion of Success
Why consumers are optimistic again.
A cable host’s new bite.
2012 Full Methodology
How we calculated this year’s Green Rankings.
Fixing Weak Links in the Supply Chain
Companies ignore the magnitude of their supply-chain environmental impacts—and the environmental and financial risks and opportunities that they represent—at their own peril, writes James Salo.
A Closer Look at the Methodology
As part of a continued effort to improve our transparency, we are providing a deeper dive into scoring.
Green Rankings: Big Movers Since 2011
Several notable companies moved up or down in the rankings since 2011.
Our Research Partners
The Newsweek Green Rankings were compiled in collaboration with two leading research organizations.
Are Green Rankings a True Guide To Sustainability?
Changes in ranking methodology have led to a shakeup in the results, and have brought welcome transparency and empiricism to a complicated analysis. John Elkington reports.
Workers Need Sustainability, Too
Even companies with broad and aggressive environmental commitments are neglecting a core component of sustainability: worker health and safety. Heather Lang reports.
‘Just Do It Differently’
The move toward sustainability is upending the old ways of doing business. These days, less really is more, says David J. Vidal.
Green Rankings 2012: Browse by Industry
An in-depth look at each of the 20 industry sectors.
Green Rankings 2012: FAQ
Frequently asked questions about our fourth annual environmental ranking.
Meet the New Boss
Showman, lawyer, quant, jock. Daniel Gross on Citigroup’s continuing parade of CEOs, who always seem to be fighting the last battle.
A Turn of the Page
Newsweek embraces the digital future.
Nobel winner Mo Yan and the magical realism of China's micro-blogging platform Weibo. By Melinda Liu.
High Times in America
Pot use in the United States is rising sharply, and voters may make it fully legal in two states this fall. Smart businessmen are banking on that happening.
The Great Deformer
Ronald Reagan’s budget director takes a scalpel to Romney’s claims as a job creator.
The Botox Economy
Why drugmaker Allergan is the perfect company.
You Call That a Scoop?
The tape that revealed the media’s split personality.