(In addition to writing, Leigh also hosts Fortune Live, Fortune’s weekly web video talk show, viewable here and broadcasting live on Fortune.com on Thursdays at 11am.)
Austin Geidt: Rehab helped me thrive at Uber
Zirtual founder: “The numbers were just completely f***ed”
My secret weapon: How a virtual assistant changed my life
Why employees love staying at Marriott
Want to create more women leaders? Offer paternity leave
2015 predictions: 7 more women CEOs….and the end of selfies?
A new talk show about business we (really) hope you like
The beginning of the end for email
How an innovative NYC boutique wooed Target’s CEO
Who are the top women in real estate?
Will the COO role produce the next crop of female CEOs?
The future of women in tech looks bright
Why the backlash against egg freezing perks is ridiculous
Why age 40-44 is the sweet spot for women in business
Silence is the new trend at luxury resorts
The cult of the Amtrak Quiet Car
The women who STEM-ed their way to power
The word every boss should ban: “kiddo”
The community builders of the New Metropolis
A Q&A with Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh and Meetup’s Scott Heiferman on what it takes to bring people together.
Introducing Fortune’s New Metropolis
For Don Draper in 1960s-era Mad Men and for corporate America in 2014, cities are where the action is.
A Kickstarter for Real Estate gets a Big Boost
Fundrise, a crowdfunding platform for real estate, gets $31 million from some heavy hitters
Southwest Airlines’ new cause: ‘Placemaking’
The airline thinks making our cities better places is a cause that could be the next environmentalism
Airbnb Cozies up to Cities
A discussion with Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky on the company’s new plan to invest in cities.
Rahm Emanuel: Given the choice, Americans want cities over burbs
A wide-ranging conversation with the Chicago mayor on his city’s revitalization and how “no one wants to live in the suburbs anymore.”
Housing’s most important jobs number
What the new employment report tells us about the pending housing recovery (hint: it involves those pesky kids still living at home)
“Paradise lost? How garden suburbs can save Detroit”
A review of the architect Robert A.M. Stern’s new book Paradise Planned for Fortune.com
An excerpt of The End of the Suburbs in Fortune magazine
Why I still don’t love my iPad and why the iPad 2 won’t help