Fortune Magazine

The Makers: Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg on Empowering Women

She paved a way for herself in male-dominated Silicon Valley, and now she's encouraging other women to join her. In the new PBS documentary Makers: Women Who Make America," Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg talks about women, work and the will to lead.

World's Most Admired Companies: Apple Is Still No. 1

Now that the skies are clearing after the worst economic storm in modern history -- far more violent than the experts had predicted -- we face a surprising new roster of winners and losers, as Fortune's 2011 ranking of the World's Most Admired Companies makes clear.

Buffett Touts Stocks, Warns Against Buying Bonds

Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett said stock prices are likely to rise faster than bond prices, but that many investors are making the mistake of choosing to buy bonds due to a lack of confidence in the U.S. economy, CNBC reported.

Sorry, Fortune, but Stocks Are Cheap Now

Based on Yale professor Robert Shiller's theory that when price/earnings ratios rise too high, stocks must fall, Fortune magazine argues a crash is right around the corner. But the magazine's analysis ignores two important factors.