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Andrew Nusca
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Digital Editor, Fortune. Reformed rock drummer. I dig food, fashion, cities, words, neckties.
Digital Editor, Fortune. Reformed rock drummer. I dig food, fashion, cities, words, neckties.

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+Fortune Magazine's Brainstorm Tech is just six weeks away! We can't wait to hear from Pat Gelsinger, Lisa Su, Penny Pritzker, Trae Vassallo, Sandy Carter, Christa Quarles, Jeetu Patel, Sue Siegel, Brad Keywell, Cathy Polinsky, Katie Rae, Hal Lawton, Howard Lance, Del Harvey, Dan Hart, and Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski: http://fortune.com/2018/06/01/brainstorm-tech-vmware-amd-ge-air-force/
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GE: What the hell happened? A portrait of a corporate meltdown, by Geoff Colvin: http://fortune.com/longform/ge-decline-what-the-hell-happened/
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Our look inside Facebook's effort to use AI and human moderators to fight bad content. +Michal Lev-Ram reports: http://fortune.com/longform/facebook-fix-it-team-fortune-500/
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‪The 2018 #Fortune500 has arrived:‬
‪—Amazon soars! ✈️‬
‪—Tesla zooms! 🚗‬
‪—GE stumbles! 🏃🏻‍♂️‬
‪—Xerox plummets! 😵‬
‪—Ulta debuts! 💅🏼‬
‪For more 👉👉👉 fortune.com/fortune500
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In this August 1943 issue of +Fortune Magazine, 8,300 words on Germany in WW2 ("he who cannot retreat must lose"), 6,900 words proposing a "world bank," and 6,700 on Mexico's teetering economy, which you can read here: http://fortune.com/1943/08/01/mexico-one-year-at-war/ #FridayFortune
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We've got an all-new homepage today! Details: http://fortune.com/2018/05/08/fortune-redesign/
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What would a +Fortune Magazine cover look like if we handed it over to Stanley Donwood of Radiohead album art fame? This actual cover from 1969, by art director Walter Allner, offers a clue. #FridayFortune
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For this week's #FridayFortune, the 1996 issue of +Fortune Magazine where hell froze over and we wrote a cover story about a direct competitor. (The coverline, obscured by an archival sticker: 'What makes Steve run?' The copy inside: "We hereby endorse him—for the ambassadorship")
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In this +Fortune Magazine issue from April 1955, 5,600 words on the battle between Continental Can Co. and American Can Co. ("relations are, and always have been, rather tart"), an eight-page photo essay on the steel industry, and 5,300 words on communism ("the liquidation of truth"). #FridayFortune
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"Joseph Louw, a South African photographer and filmmaker at work on a documentary about King, stayed three doors down from King. When he heard the shot fired and realized he couldn't help, he got his camera out. Louw captured the chaos and emotion that followed."
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