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COVER BY MATSU



Cover Story
THE SOFTWARE REVOLUTION--Part 1
THE SOFTWARE REVOLUTION--Part 2
MEET JAVA, THE INVISIBLE COMPUTER
   COVER IMAGE: The Software Revolution

Up Front
TALK SHOW
ZAPPING LASER PATENTS
IS MA BELL SOAKING SENIORS?
THE RTC'S LAST FIRE SALE
SANTA SECRETS
   TABLE: Santa Claus And Shopping Malls
WORDPERFECT'S BAD SPELL
DOO-WAH CASH: MTV MEETS ATM
   PHOTO: Key Corp. "Rock 'N' Dough" ATM Juke Box
BUY A GIRL SCOUT COOKIE, GET A UNION?
CHART: Investor Clout
FOOTNOTES

Readers Report
THOSE NOT-SO-HUDDLED HIGH-TECH MASSES
DON'T JUMP THE GUN ON THE NEW MILLENNIUM
TAKING THE LONG VIEW ON BONDS
WHO SAYS APPALACHIA'S SKI RESORTS ARE JUST PORK?

Corrections & Clarifications
Almost down to the core? (News: Analysis & Commentary, Nov. 20)
Why it's too soon to monkey with the CPI (Economic Viewpoint, Nov. 27)

Books
HEAVY FOG ON THE I-WAY

Technology & You
GLAD TIDINGS FOR TECHIES
   PHOTO: Hewlett-Packard OmniGo 100 Organizer
   PHOTO: TCI Kid Control Channel Selector
   PHOTO: Microsoft Sidewinder 3-D Pro Joystick

Economic Viewpoint
WELFARE: MAYBE THE STATES CAN FIGURE OUT WHAT WORKS

Economic Trends
INFLATION IS EBBING ALL OVER
   CHART: Inflation Loses Steam In Developing Nations
A SLIGHTLY LESS LITIGIOUS U.S.?
HOW TO AVERT THE NEXT MEXICO
DOWNSIZING ISN'T DOWN ENOUGH
   CHART: Are Layoffs Taking Off Again?

Letter From South Africa
A VEIN OF GOLD IN THE BUSH
   MAP: South Africa

Business Outlook
THE NEW ECONOMIC ORDER WILL HOLD DOWN INTEREST RATES
   CHART: Are Bond Yields Set To Break 6%?
   CHART: Builders Are Less Upbeat
   CHART: A Turn In U.S.-Japan Trade
GROWTH IS DRAGGING ITS FEET
   CHART: Business Optimism Sinks In Germany

News: Analysis & Commentary
TALKING TURKEY ON THE BUDGET
RUNNING 'MEDISCARED' IN FLORIDA
   TABLE: Senior Priorities
COMMENTARY: FORGET "AMERICAN PRESIDENT," BILL. GO SEE "ACE VENTURA"
BOEING AND McDONNELL: WILL IT FLY?
   CHART: Share of Worldwide Commercial Plane Backlog
THE BABY BELL IN JERRY LEVIN'S SOUP
THE UAW: CAUGHT IN CAT'S CLAWS
THE MGM LION IS...WELL, GROWLING AGAIN
   TABLE: Mixed Reviews
BENEFITS ARE BEING PECKED TO DEATH
   CHART: Christmas Without Pay?
LAW AND ORDER IN CYBERSPACE?
GIDEON GARTNER'S NEW TRUMPET

In Business This Week
IF YOU CAN ASSEMBLE A BETTER BOARD...
LOTS OF ROOM AT C&W'S TOP
SWITCHING SIDES AT RJR
AN IMMIGRATION LAW ISN'T SO LEGAL
FIRST INTERSTATE SNUBS WELLS AGAIN
KALEIDA LABS CALLS IT QUITS
ET CETERA...
GLOSSY FINISH
   CHART: Estee Lauder Stock Price

Washington Outlook
A FLAT TAX COULD BOOMERANG ON THE REPUBLICANS
NEWT'S NO-NO
CLINTON CAMPAIGN CONFLICTS
BANK SHOT AT LEACH

International Business
CAN OPEL DELIVER THE 'WORLD CARS' GM NEEDS?
   PHOTO: 1996 GM Opel Vectra
   PHOTO: Saab 900 5-Door
   PHOTO: GM Opel Omega
   PHOTO: 1997 Cadillac Catera
THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO BONN
COMMENTARY: HOW NOT TO WIN FRIENDS AND INFLUENCE TRADE
THE QUESTIONS IN SEOUL ARE ONLY GETTING TOUGHER

International Outlook
POLITICS IS DEFERRING THE DREAM OF A 'GREATER CHINA'
MURDOCH'S LATIN DEAL
BRITISH LABOR TROUBLES
U.S. TROOPS FOR BOSNIA

International Economics
POLAND: RISING STAR OF EUROPE
   CHART: Growth Is Strong...
   CHART:...And Investment Picks Up

Sports Business
CANADIAN FOOTBALL IS RUNNING OUT OF PLAYS
   TABLE: The CFL's U.S. Woes

Finance
THERE'S LOTS OF LIFE AFTER DOW 5000
   TABLE: The November Rally: What's Hot, What's Not
   CHART: The Great Leap Forward
COMMENTARY: WHY MARKET WEALTH WON'T STOKE CONSUMER SPENDING
HOW TRAVELERS GOT MOVING AGAIN
   CHART: On The Mend
GO WEST, BIG BANK

Inside Wall Street
BLUE CHIPS HEADED FOR A BLUE STREAK
   TABLE: Shikiar's Value Picks
THIS INSURER MAY BE UP FOR GRABS
TAKEOVER BAIT IN THE NORTH SEA
   CHART: Are Rivals Eyeing Ranger's Wells?

The Corporation
KMART: WHO'S IN CHARGE HERE?

Bits & Bytes
HOW TO RUIN A CELL-PHONE BANDIT'S DAY
A JOURNEY THROUGH WESTERN CIV--ON THE WEB
MEETINGS: LET THE NET NAG EVERYONE
AIR GUITAR STARS: THIS GAME'S FOR YOU
   PHOTO: Virtual Guitar Pick
Bits & Bytes Contacts

Science & Technology
A KEY TEST FOR GENETIC TESTING

Developments to Watch
'UNMASKING' A CRAFTY MICROBE
HOLOGRAMS HEAD FOR THE TRENCHES
   PHOTO: IBM Scientist Adjusts Laser Used To Test Holographic Data Storage Materials
INNOVATIONS
A BIONIC BREAKTHROUGH FOR THE DEAF
INNOVATIONS
Developments to Watch Contacts

Legal Affairs
EXPORTS THAT AREN'T GOING ANYWHERE

Personal Business
TAX MOVES FOR '95: DON'T WAIT FOR CONGRESS
LONG-TERM CARE: SIZING UP NEW WRINKLES
BEFORE SAYING YES TO GOING ABROAD

Business Week Index
Business Week Index
   CHART: Production and Leading Indexes
THE WEEK AHEAD

Investment Figures of the Week
Investment Figures of the Week
   CHART: Stocks, Bonds and the Dollar

Editorials
LIBERATION, COURTESY OF THE INTERNET
DON'T SELL THE ECONOMY SHORT

International Editions -- Readers Report
THE VOLVO: HOW SWEDE IT IS (int'l edition)
THESE BUNNIES ARE MULTIPLYING LIKE RABBITS (int'l edition)

International Editions -- Spotlight on Malaysia
FIGHTING AIDS IN A MUSLIM LAND... (int'l edition)
   MAP: Malaysia

International Editions -- International Business
BLUEPRINT BY BONN (int'l edition)
UNILEVER: IF AT FIRST YOU FAIL MISERABLY... (int'l edition)
SO LONG, LECH. NOW WHAT? (int'l edition)
BANGALORE'S TEEMING SOFTWARE BAZAAR (int'l edition)
   TABLE: India's Largest Software Companies

International Editions -- Finance
AN ISLAND BREEZE BLOWS IN PRAGUE (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Major Czech holdings of Dingman and Kozeny
CHINESE STOCKS: FIRECRACKERS THEY AIN'T (int'l edition)
   CHART: Chinese Stocks Are Plunging

International Editions -- Editorials
SHAKE UP JAPAN'S MINISTRY OF FINANCE (int'l edition)


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