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  • It also made Corporate Responsibility Magazine's 2010 list of “100 Best Corporate Citizens,” and Fortune's annual listing of the “100 Best Companies to Work For.”

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • If you want to cheer up a little, check out Fortune's "100 Best Companies to Work For" list.

    Edward Muzio: Employee Engagement: Nobody Cares

  • Summer Will Show is perhaps her most out-and-out exciting book, but Lolly Willowes and Mr. Fortune's Maggot are equally good places to start exploring the work of a wonderful writer who seems all the more central because she stands so beautifully apart.

    From the editor

  • This edition of Mr. Fortune's Maggot includes "The Salutation" — in which we discover what becomes of Mr. Fortune.

    Multimedia

  • Mr. Fortune's Maggot may be the most perfect (even if perfection doesn't admit of degrees) book in the NYRB Classics series — an immaculate work, the story of a missionary on a tiny island in the South Seas who falls in love with a young man (again a daring subject for its day) and loses his faith.

    A Different Stripe:

  • The "maggot" that sticks out of the book's title means foible — Warner alluding almost ironically both to Fortune's falling in love and falling from grace — but it also echoes the names of lute and keyboard fantasies by early English composers like Byrd and Dowland and Gibbons.

    From the editor

  • Fortune's Allan Sloan and Doris Burke followed the deal as its value slid ever downward as well as the fudgy way the deal's deteriorating value seemed to be overstated by the trustee's report:

    Janet Tavakoli: Blame the Victims and Enrich the Perpetrators

  • "It's a significant loss of clout that shows no sign of abating, and the big losers are those with megacap stocks in their portfolios," writes Dan Primack, Fortune's resident private equity expert.

    Yvette Kantrow: Means, Ends and Money

  • To wit, CJR's Ryan Chittum discovers Fortune's Duff McDonald, spinning so hard for the banks that it basically qualifies as a tropical depression, meteorologically speaking: Before we take the entire banking industry to task on the foreclosure mess, it bears reminding that the source of the problem is people who bought homes they couldn't afford.

    Fortune Defends Banks In Robo-Foreclosure Scandal

  • Only 12 of the Fortune Global 500 companies were run by women in 2010, according to Fortune's website, while European Commission data shows that one in 10 board members at Europe's top listed companies are women.

    Seeking Women, Davos Tries Quotas

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