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COVER ILLUSTRATION BY GENE GREIF



Cover Story
CABLE TV: A CRISIS LOOMS
   COVER IMAGE: Cable TV: The Looming Crisis
   CHART: Subscriber Growth is Slowing...
   CHART: ...Yet Monthly Bills Keep Rising...
   CHART: ...and in Recent Years Stock Prices Have Weakened
   TABLE: Promises, Promises
   TABLE: Cablespeak
   TABLE: The Big Six: By the Numbers
   A WIRELESS WEAPON IN THE CABLE WARS
   THE DUEL FOR YOUR DIAL TONE

International -- Cover Story
DEUTSCHE BANK'S BIG GAMBLE (int'l edition)
   INT'L COVER IMAGE: Deutsche Bank
   TABLE: Hilmar Kopper's Game Plan
   TABLE: Spending Too Much On Low-Margin Business...
   CHART: ...Is Pushing The Stock Price Down

Up Front
TALK SHOW
PRINCE ALWALEED AND THE MUNCHKINS
WIRED'S TANGLED IPO
RICHARD BRANSON'S AIR STRIKE
THE LONG AND WINDING `WHOOPS'
AN ICED-TEA TYCOON FEELS A CHILL
NASCAR LICENSES A HOT ONE: ITS NAME
WHY MUSIC BOOTLEGGERS MAY BE SALIVATING
CHART: The Pay Outlook
FOOTNOTES

Readers Report
HELPING MOM AND POP CONQUER THE UNIVERSE
EARL'S RIGHT WITH THE WORLD
A HALF-EMPTY WAREHOUSE OF WOES?
DON'T TOUCH THAT LEMONADE, JUNIOR

Corrections & Clarifications
Balancing Work and Family (Cover Story, Sept. 16)

Technology & You
FINISH PHOTOS LIKE THE PROS
DIGITIZING AT HOME...
   PHOTO: Easy Photo Drive Scanner
...OR VIA THE WEB

Letter from Hong Kong
BUILDING $20 BILLION WORTH OF CONFIDENCE
   MAP: Hong Kong
   PHOTO: Chek Lap Kok Island before construction
   PHOTO: Chek Lap Kok Island today

Books
DICK DARMAN STILL DOESN'T GET IT
VIETNAM GHOSTS
PRICE PEACE

Economic Viewpoint
TIME TO CUT GOVERNMENT A SMALLER SLICE OF THE PIE

Economic Trends
BEHIND SURGING U.S. ILLEGITIMACY
   CHART: The Rising Tide of Out-of-Wedlock Births
DO WAGES PUSH UP PRICES?
AN INFLATION ALARM RINGS
THE WORLD ISN'T THEIR OYSTER YET
   CHART: A Globalization Scorecard

Business Outlook
U.S.: THAT LAZY SUMMER COULD MEAN A LIVELY WINTER
   CHART: Spending Slows, but Income Spurts
   CHART: Home Sales Hit a 10-year High
   CHART: Rising Orders Will Help Manufacturing
GERMANY: WILL THE BUBA TRIM RATES? NOT LIKELY
   CHART: Inflation Shows Steady Improvement

News: Analysis & Commentary
ISRAEL: THREE STEPS BACK
   TABLE: Violence In Israel: The Price Tag
   THE WEST BANK: HALF BATTLEFIELD, HALF PRISON
MAKING SENSE OF A TOPSY-TURVY ENERGY MARKET
   CHART: Spike
JACK KEMP'S RUN FOR GLORY--IN 2000?
   TABLE: Kemp's Campaign Playbook
   JACK KEMP ON SUPPLY SIDERS, GOLD, VICTORY...
FIDDLING WITH THE FORMULA AT PEPSI?
   CHART: Where Pepsi Gets Its Fizz
IS NCR READY TO RING UP SOME CASH?
   CHART: More Red than Black
MIAMI HEAT ON A MUNI-BOND FIRM
   TABLE: Diary Of A Bond Salesman
COMMENTARY: BASEBALL: WHO'S LOOKING OUT FOR THE GAME?

In Business This Week
STRONG-ARMING MICRON'S BOARDROOM
AUSSIE TREASURER BARES ALL!
DEC'S DOOR REVOLVES AGAIN
CHECKOUT TIME AT HOLIDAY INN
TALES FROM THE ENCRYPTION FRONT
POLLUTION CONTROL REALLY PAYS OFF
ET CETERA . . .
EUROTUNNEL VISION
   CHART: Eurotunnel Stock Price

Washington Outlook
LIES, DAMN LIES, AND POLITICAL POLLS?
DEMS FRET: WHERE'S BILL?
CLINTONITES FOR THE GOP
CHECKS AND BALANCES

International Business
THOMSON: AND THE WINNER IS...
   TABLE: Alcatel's Big Bid
WELCOME BACK TO OXFORD, MR. KAY. HERE ARE YOUR BOXING GLOVES
   TABLE: A Look at Oxford's First MBA Class
CAN THIS TIGER GET A THORN OUT OF ITS PAW?
   TABLE: The Key Players in Thailand's Political Mess

International Outlook
WHY JAPAN INC. IS TURNING ITS BACK ON THE POLITICIANS

Marketing
J.C. PENNEY'S FASHION STATEMENT
   CHART: Penney's Earnings Look A Bit Frayed

The Corporation
THE TOPEKA UTILITY THAT'S NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE
   TABLE: No Quiet On Western's Front
HUMANA, HEAL THYSELF
   CHART: Humana's Ailing Earnings Make For a Feeble Stock

Information Processing
AOL DOWNLOADS A NEW GROWTH PLAN
   CHART: AOL Keeps Adding Subscribers, But...

Developments to Watch
GILDING THE ULTIMATE CHIP
EARLY-WARNING BUGS FOR TRANSFORMERS
NEW HEMOGLOBIN FROM OLD BLOOD
INNOVATIONS
Developments to Watch Contacts

Science & Technology
COULD A LAPTOP BRING DOWN AN AIRLINER?
   TABLE: A Plan To Make The Skies Safer
   A QUESTION OF RISK AT 30,000 FEET
      PHOTO: Electrical Gadgets Pose Navigational Risks
NATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR'S SILICON DREAMS
   CHART: National Semi's Turnaround

Industries
SUDDENLY, NO HIGH LIFE AT MILLER
   TABLE: Miller Goes Flat

Finance
STOCK SCAMS: CAVEAT ENTREPRENEUR
   TABLE: The New Stock Fraud Game
DEUTSCHE BANK'S BIG GAMBLE
   TABLE: Hilmar Kopper's Game Plan
   TABLE: Spending Too Much On Low-Margin Business...
   CHART: ...Is Pushing The Stock Price Down

Inside Wall Street
WELLS FARGO MAY BE SET TO GALLOP
   CHART: Recovering From Bad News
SNIFFING TROUBLE AT INVISION
DOES ULTRALIFE REALLY HAVE JUICE?
   CHART: Ripe For A Recharge

Government
BOB'S DOLEFUL DEMOGRAPHICS
   TABLE: Sandwich Candidate?

Personal Business
PICK A PLATFORM, ANY PLATFORM
   TABLE: What's Hot in Electronic Play
   SCREEN: ``Nights''
   SCREEN: ``Quake''
`INFINITELY COOL' IN 64 BITS
   PHOTO: Super Mario, Character in Nintendo 64
   TABLE: Mortal Combat: Video Game Competitors
A WIDE WORLD WEB OF SPORTS
   TABLE: Sports Sites: The Lineup
IF MUSIC BE THE FOOD OF LOVE, BOOT UP
   TABLE: Making Music the Modern Way
'TIS THE SEASON TO BUY LONG-TERM-CARE COVERAGE
   TABLE: How Much Can You Deduct?

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
HELLO? REMEMBER THE DEFICIT?
STOP ATTACKING IMMIGRANTS
BUREAUCRATS ARE SABOTAGING JAPAN

International -- Spotlight on Jordan
THE BREAD RIOTS MAY BE OVER...BUT THE POOR ARE STILL SEETHING (int'l edition)
   MAP: Jordan

International -- Readers Report
RUSSIA'S GENERAL IS A POLITICAL STRAIGHT SHOOTER (int'l edition)
WHERE IS THE HARD EVIDENCE ON WELFARE? (int'l edition)
ZOOMING IN ON THE HYBRID ENGINE (int'l edition)

International -- European Business
THOMSON: AND THE WINNER IS... (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Alcatel's Big Bid
A TIMELY TONIC FOR VODKA MAKERS? (int'l edition)
   TABLE: The Sorry State Of Russia's Vodka Industry

International -- Asian Business
WOUNDED TIGER (int'l edition)
   TABLE: The Key Players in Thailand's Political Mess
OPEN SKIES--AS LONG AS YOU'RE INDIAN AIRLINES (int'l edition)
   TABLE: India's Troubled Private Airlines
IN PAKISTAN, ALL SIGNS POINT TO COLLAPSE (int'l edition)

International -- Special Report
MEXICO: DAY OF THE DINOSAURS (int'l edition)
   TABLE: The Conflict Within the PRI
A TALK WITH PRESIDENT ZEDILLO (int'l edition)
BANG! BANG! WELCOME TO MEXICO (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Crime Highlights
`GOD WILL JUDGE THE CORRUPT OFFICIALS' (int'l edition)
   MAP: Mexico

International -- Editorials
WHEN WILL FRANCE FREE ITS ECONOMY? (int'l edition)


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