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本・雑誌内容詳細 September 15, 2017 / Fortune Asia / Volume 176 / Number 4

FEATURES

CHANGE THE WORLD 2017

50 Companies That Do Well by Doing Good
Our third annual list of corporate world-changers. Plus: Six small yet influential rising stars.
PAGE NO. 36

Four Pillars of Moral Leadership
By DOV SEIDMAN
A leading corporate-ethics guru offers a framework for how managers everywhere can lead by example.
52

Making a Motown Miracle
By MATT HEIMER
Jamie Dimon had a front-row seat for Detroit’s collapse. Now he and JPMorgan Chase are fueling the city’s revival. Their strategy is a blueprint for rebuilding America’s cities.
56

The Ties That Bind at Levi’s
By ERIKA FRY
The blue-jeans giant is rolling out a ”Worker Well-Being” program for the 300,000 laborers in its global supply chain. But can perks and respect keep workers happy and loyal?
PAGE NO. 66

Apple Finds Its Core
By ADAM LASHINSKY
CEO Tim Cook talks about how the tech giant is embracing its mission by investing in everything from education to renewable energy, to yes, world-changing products.
74

Planet-Friendly Profits
By ERIKA FRY
Dutch sciences giant DSM reinvented itself to tackle global problems like malnutrition and climate change. The result: an $8 billion company whose stock is at an all-time high.
82

FEATURES

Big Food’s Mass CEO Exodus
By BETH KOWITT
The head honchos of Big Food are under immense pressure from a hypercompetitive retail landscape and activist investors. No wonder so many have stepped down.
PAGE NO. 86

Stalking an Elusive Prize in Alaska
By BOB REISS
Oil giants have long pushed to explore the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, only to be thwarted by environmentalists. Trump’s vow to open ANWR sets up an epic showdown.
92

Ford Finds a New Leader, by Design
By ADAM LASHINSKY
CEO Jim Hackett brings an intellectual approach and an outsider’s perspective to the job. Here’s how he plans to transform the underperforming automaker.
102

100 Fastest-Growing Companies
Facebook (No. 6) and Amazon.com (No. 9) headline this year’s crop. See the full list for 98 more up-and-comers.
107

100 FASTEST-GROWING COMPANIES
At LendingTree, It’s All Fist Bumps
By SHAWN TULLY
Business is booming at the online marketplace for consumer credit. And the company’s big idea-allowing borrowers to comparison shop online-is still gaining traction.
PAGE NO. 114

DEPARTMENTS

FOREWORD

6 No Margin, No Mission
Increasingly, capitalism is driving another worthwhile enterprise: everyday problem solving.
By CLIFTON LEAF

BRIEFING

7 Football Absorbs a Knockout Blow
As evidence mounts that the sport is hurting its players, a multibillion-dollar colossus looks ever more deflated.
By TOM HUDDLESTON JR.

10 The Bull Case for Uber’s New Chief
CEO Dara Khosrowshahi could be the right person to bring Uber back from the brink.
By ADAM LASHINSKY

11 Big Food Swallows the Meal-Kit Hype
The food-in-a-box space is overcrowded, but there’s a reason the industry giants still want a piece of it.
By JENNIFER ALSEVER

12 Trump’s Break With CEOs Is a Big Deal
A pro-growth partnership between business and government is increasingly out of reach.
By ALAN MURRAY

13 Back-to-School Shopping Still Exists? And How!
It’s a digital world, but the fall shopping season is bigger than ever.
By JANE PORTER

14 A Back-to-Work Reading List
Ten of the most hotly anticipated titles of the season.
By LAURA ENTIS

FOCUS

TECH

16 Bringing ”Hard Science” to the Masses
The brain trust at Breakout Labs are becoming VCs-and could prove to be formidable contenders.
By ERIN GRIFFITH

18 Dead, but Not Forgotten
E-waste recycler ERI fulfills an integral part of the digital food chain.
By ROBERT HACKETT

19 Crystal Clear Provenance Blockchain technology is set to transform a new market-diamonds.
By JEFF JOHN ROBERTS

20 Fighting His Way Out of a Paper Bag
How British inventor Sir James Dyson got started.

Interview by DINAH ENG

VENTURE

22 A Retailer Finds Its Voice
REI, a mecca for outdoorsy shoppers, has found a new raison d’黎re.
By CLAIRE ZILLMAN

INVEST

24 Times Change, But ”Green” Funds Keep Growing
Even under a Trump presidency, ”sustainable” funds have stayed strong. Here’s why.
By CHRIS TAYLOR

PASSIONS

27 Made to Measure
A custom-fit suit at a price better than a department store’s? That’s the promise of a new breed of suitmakers.
By SHEILA MARIKAR

30 Holy Grails
Auction prices for vintage timepieces are sky-high. When it comes to the Swiss watch market, everything old is new again.
By STACY PERMAN

FORUM

33 From Boom to Doom
Entrepreneurs used to worry about a bubble bursting. Today’s startup problems are far more complicated.
By ERIN GRIFFITH

BLACK BOOK

34 The Gathering Place
If you know where to look, the island of Oahu is full of hidden gems.
By ADAM ERACE

BACK PAGE

LAST BYTE

120 Coasts of Living
The U.S. housing market is getting squeezed, contributing to a sharp rise in costs.
Text by BRIAN O’KEEFE; graphics by NICOLAS RAPP

ON THE COVER: TIM COOK PHOTOGRAPHED BY SPENCER LOWELL

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