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COVER ILLUSTRATION BY SCOTT MENCHIN



Cover Story
MAKING MONEY ON THE NET
   COVER IMAGE: Can You Make Money on the Net?
   TABLE: Where The Cybercash Will Come From
   TABLE: Biggest Ad Sites
   A LITERARY HANGOUT--WITHOUT THE LATTE
   WILL CYBER-READERS PAY FOR THE PRIVILEGE?
   THE EDUCATION OF A WEB SEARCHER
   ITALIAN SAUSAGE THAT SIZZLES IN CYBERSPACE

Up Front
TALK SHOW
WHY NO FULL-COURT PRESS ON THE FED
BONDERMAN RIDES OFF WITH DUCATI
DOLE STOCK: THAT SINKING FEELING
HAPPY HUCKSTERS ON MAD AVE.
   TABLE: Ad Firm Stock Surge
WHY FIDELITY ISN'T CRYING TOO HARD
   TABLE: How Magellan Flight Money Is Doing
MSNBC's BROWSER RAISES SOME BROWS
IS THE PREAKNESS OFF AND RUNNING?
CHART: Where The Jobs Are...And Are Not
FOOTNOTES

Readers Report
'AN INFORMED PRESS CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE'
THE LICKETY-SPLIT PACE OF CHANGE
THE BEST OF ALL POSSIBLE HDTV STANDARDS
AH, FOR THE DAYS WHEN I DROVE A VW
BOB DOLE IS ALL FOR SCHOOL CHOICE
'MY REPUBLICAN PARTY WAS NO MORE'
DEFENSE SPENDING: THE ELEPHANT IN THE LIVING ROOM
CARL SPIELVOGEL BEGS TO DIFFER
PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST IS NO MIRAGE
SAAB SALES ARE SPEEDING ALONG

Corrections & Clarifications
Did you say Sprint was No.1? (Information Processing, Sept. 2)
USAir's European squeeze play (The Corporation, Sept. 2)
Bargains on the world's bourses (Personal Business, Aug. 26)
Developments to Watch (Sept. 9)

Technology & You
THE INKJET COMES INTO ITS OWN
   PHOTO: Hewlett Packard Deskjet 870cse Printer
FUJITSU'S U.S. BLITZ
   PHOTO: Fujitsu Montego Laptop
DIRECT-MAIL E-MAIL

Books
THE SOUL OF A NEW HORSELESS CARRIAGE

Economic Viewpoint
WHAT MAKES THE WELFARE BILL A WINNER

Economic Trends
IS THE RACE GAP A SKILLS GAP?
   CHART: A Worrisome Disparity
SOCIAL SECURITY MAY GET A BREAK
PINK SLIPS FOR DIRECTORS, TOO
   CHART: Rising Risk For Corporate Boards
A NOT-SO-TIGHT JOB MARKET

Letter From The Philippines
WHERE BULLDOZERS BEAR AN OLIVE BRANCH
   MAP: The Philippines

Business Outlook
U.S.: A BRIGHT JOB PICTURE HAS ITS DARK SIDE
   CHART: The Jobless Rate Hits a 7-Year Low
   CHART: Wage Growth Is Building Up Steam
   CHART: Vehicle Sales Rebound In August
BRITAIN: THE ECONOMY IS FRIGHTFULLY PROMISING
   CHART: Are Factories On the Mend?

News: Analysis & Commentary
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO ECONOMIC ANXIETY?
   CHART: Downsizing Continues But Unemployment Is Falling...
   CHART: ...Wages Are Rising...And Americans Feel Better
COMMENTARY: HOW DOLE COULD DIG HIMSELF OUT
   TABLE: Dole's Dilemma
MEET MR. BOWLES, MR. BILL'S MR. FIX-IT
   TABLE: Resume: Erskine Bowles
CANADIAN AUTO WORKERS TO GM: OUTSOURCE THIS, EH?
   TABLE: How A Strike In Canada Would Hit The Big Three In The U.S.
MOTOROLA GOES FOR THE HARD SELL IN CELLULARS
   CHART: Phones On The Cheap
WHAT'S NOT COOKIN' AT CAMPBELL'S
   CHART: Soup Sales Are Lukewarm...
ALL THE FINGERS ARE POINTING AT ADM
   TABLE: Archer Daniels Midland: The Noose Tightens
AT ITT, THE HOUSE TAKES A HIT ON BACCARAT

In Business This Week
ALICE IN ALPHABETLAND
APPLE'S PYRRHIC VICTORY
WILL BIGGER MAKE PHAR-MOR BETTER?
WINDOWS GOES HANDHELD
PEROT PICKS A NAFTA-BASHER
NEW TERRAIN FOR THE EXPLORER
   PHOTO: 1997 Ford Explorer
ET CETERA . . .
WHERE'S THE MILK?
   CHART: Milk Futures

Washington Outlook
GOOD POLITICS, BAD POLICY: TAPPING BIG BUSINESS TO FIX WELFARE
HELMS: WARM AND FUZZY?
BUSINESS CAMPAIGN BUST
DISAPPOINTMENT IN DETROIT

International Business
LONDON: THE CITY THAT ISN'T SLEEPING
   TABLE: Coming Soon To London's Skyline
COMMENTARY: CARLO DE BENEDETTI'S FAILINGS WERE ITALY'S, TOO
FROM THE NAZIS TO SWITZERLAND: A PAPER TRAIL'S UGLY END?
HASHIMOTO IS POISED TO MAKE HIS PLAY

International Outlook
TAX CUTS OR STRIKES? A LOSE-LOSE PROPOSITION FOR FRANCE

Sports Business
SOCCER SAYS: GOODBYE HOODLUMS, HELLO BIG MONEY
   TABLE: The Forces Reshaping Soccer

People
CRUNCH TIME AT QUAKER OATS
   CHART: Weighed Down By Snapple
   TABLE: Resume: William D. Smithburg

Environment
GOING GREEN WITH LESS RED TAPE
   TABLE: Environmentally Correct

Science & Technology
AN ELECTRIC CAR THAT HARDLY NEEDS BATTERIES
   TABLE: Resume: Harold A. Rosen
   TABLE: Resume: Benjamin M. Rosen
   DIAGRAM: An Electric Car With A Kick
      DIAGRAM: Electric Car
RESHAPING THE FUTURE OF PLASTIC

Developments to Watch
CHIPS THAT PERSONALIZE YOUR PC
GIVING NEW LIFE TO AGING NUCLEAR PLANTS
READY, AIM, ENTER YOUR PIN
   PHOTO: SAF T LOK shown on a Colt MKIV Series 80 Handgun
INNOVATIONS
Developments to Watch Contacts

The Corporation
MGM'S GRAND AMBITION
   CHART: MGM Grand's Cleanup Strengthens Earnings...
A WHOLESALER'S WAREHOUSE FULL OF WOES
   CHART: Acquisitions Boost Sales...But Margins Have Shrunk

The Workplace
IN CLEVELAND: READING, WRITING, AND REPLACEMENT WORKERS
   TABLE: High Noon In Cleveland

Social Issues
IS THIS THE WAY OUT OF WELFARE?
   TABLE: A Potential Model For Welfare Reform

Finance
DUNNED IF YOU DO, DUNNED IF YOU DON'T
   CHART: Credit-Card Use Is Surging...
   CAN THESE CREDIT-CARD UPSTARTS KEEP RESHUFFLING THE DECK?
      TABLE: Leading the Plastic Pack
CITIBANK VS. PEPSI: A MEXICAN STANDOFF
   TABLE: Bottle Battle
MONTGOMERY WARD'S LBO COULD BE ON ITS LAST LEGS
   CHART: Montgomery Ward's Sagging Fortunes

Inside Wall Street
SHOPPER'S BONANZA AT THE LIMITED
   CHART: A Bargain-Basement Stock
GRACE UNDER PRESSURE?
AMERICAN BANKNOTE SEES GREEN
   CHART: Banking On Japanese Sale

Information Processing
DAEWOO'S TYCOON OF TELEVISION
   CHART: Daewoo's Big Jump

Bits & Bytes
NFL TRADING CARDS ENTER A NEW LEAGUE
SPYING ON THE WORLD THROUGH A CYBER-LENS
NOW YOU CAN CATCH UP ON YOUR WEBWARE
THIS WEB AGENT KNOWS WHAT YOU LIKE
Bits & Bytes Contacts

Marketing
GM WARMS UP THE BRANDING IRON
   TABLE: How To Tell GM's Midsize Sedans Apart
   TABLE: Brand Managers Take the Wheel
'ALCOPOPS': A LITTLE BOOZE FOR THE KIDDIES?
   TABLE: Juicing Up the Juice

Personal Business
PRIVATE BANKING ISN'T JUST FOR MILLIONAIRES
   TABLE: Evaluating Private Banking Services
   TABLE: Criteria for Private Banking Clients
HOW TO TAX-PROOF AN IRA FOR YOUR HEIRS
   TABLE: When Your IRA Survives You

Business Week Index
BUSINESS WEEK INDEX
   CHART: Production Index
THE WEEK AHEAD

Investment Figures of the Week
INVESTMENT FIGURES OF THE WEEK
   CHART: Stocks, Bonds and the Dollar

Editorials
ZERO INFLATION IS NOT WORTH THE RISK
CYBERSPACE NEEDS CYBER-IDEAS

International -- Cover Story
REFORM AT LAST? (int'l edition)
   INT'L COVER IMAGE: Germany: Reform at Last?
   CHART: Labor Costs Are Out Of Sight...
   CHART: ...Capital Is Flowing Out of the Country...
   TABLE: Germany Rewrites the Social Contract

International -- Spotlight on Georgia
A PIPELINE MAY PUMP UP GEORGIA...IF ETHNIC WAR DOESN'T IGNITE AGAIN (int'l edition)
   MAP: Georgia and Surrounding Countries

International -- Readers Report
APPRENTICESHIP: A BOON TO GERMAN YOUTH (int'l edition)
DIRECTORS' STOCK OWNERSHIP HAS DUBIOUS VALUE (int'l edition)

International -- Asian Business
ADVANTAGE, HASHIMOTO (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Where the Candidates Stand
IN SINGAPORE, THE DREAMS ARE GETTING BIGGER (int'l edition)

International -- European Business
ENTREPRENEUR IN THE KREMLIN (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Potanin's View Of Big Business
CANAL PLUS: IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T HOOK UP... (int'l edition)
COMMENTARY: CARLO DE BENEDETTI'S FAILINGS WERE ITALY'S, TOO (int'l edition)
NO MORE OLIVETTI AS WE KNOW IT? (int'l edition)

International -- Int'l Business
FUJIMORI: A NEW KIND OF STRONGMAN (int'l edition)
   CHART: The Fujimori Years
   THE PRESIDENT AS MICROMANAGER: A TALK WITH FUJIMORI (int'l edition)

International -- Finance
LONDON: THE CITY THAT ISN'T SLEEPING (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Coming Soon To London's Skyline
WHAT IF BRITAIN SNUBS MONETARY UNION? (int'l edition)
HONG KONG'S CURRENCY COP (int'l edition)
   TABLE: The Challenges Ahead
   COMMENTARY: HONG KONG'S DOLLAR IS SHORT ON CERTAINTY (int'l edition)

International -- Editorials
FOR KOHL, TIME IS GROWING SHORT (int'l edition)
HOW TO AVOID PANIC IN HONG KONG (int'l edition)


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