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Cover Story
HOW IBM BECAME A GROWTH COMPANY AGAIN
   COVER IMAGE: How IBM Became a Growth Company Again
   CHART: IBM Stock Price 1960-1980
   CHART: IBM Stock Price 1981-1996
   CHART: IBM Stock Price Oct. 1 - Nov. 22, 1996
   PHOTO: IBM Salesman in 1957
   TABLE: Where IBM Has Taken Back Lost Ground
   TABLE: A Little Something Extra in the Pay Envelope
   THE WOOING--AND WIRING--OF THE BANKS

Up Front
TALK SHOW
DOUBLE BARRELS AIMED AT DELL
ACROSS THE POND AND ONTO THE TELLY
HARDY PERENNIALS
   TABLE: The People's Picks for '96
FEAR OF FUND-RAISING
HOUSE SEATS: $1 MILLION EACH
FOREIGN PLANT, YES. FOREIGN WAGES, NO
HOW TO KEEP YOUR LAPTOP ON YOUR LAP
   PHOTO: Rach Laptop Podium
CHART: It's a Wireless World
FOOTNOTES

Readers Report
INTEL'S I-PARTNERS, PRESENT AND FUTURE
CORPORATE RACISM: NOT JUST BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
MOM AND DAD SPRING FOR THE HOOCH
DARWINISM DOESN'T APPLY TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS
PRIVATIZING WELFARE? START AT HOME
NOT ALL CUSTOM MAGS ARE RAGS
'MANY PEOPLE HAVE LEARNED BY PLAYING NINTENDO'
WELFARE WAS BAD. THE REFORM BILL IS WORSE
FOREIGN POLICY NEEDS DOMESTIC MOORINGS
IS CLINTON REALLY SHIFTING RIGHT?

Letter from Cleveland
TACKLING FOOTBALL--AND OH, YES, EDUCATION
   MAP: Cleveland, Ohio

Books
CATASTROPHE ON 34TH STREET

Technology & You
HANDHELD PCs: HOLD OFF FOR NOW
   PHOTO: Compaq HPC Windows Computer
   TABLE: The Prototype Palmtop

Economic Viewpoint
BALANCE THE BUDGET--BUT FORGET A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT

Economic Trends
HOW TO RAISE U.S. PRODUCTIVITY
   CHART: A Puzzling Gap in Productivity Growth
WHAT MAKES AN ENTREPRENEUR
WHO SHRANK THE MONEY SUPPLY?
A SPICK-AND-SPAN DUTCH ECONOMY
   CHART: A Dutch Glow in the Job Market

Business Outlook
U.S.: THE GOOD AND BAD NEWS ABOUT EXPORTS
   CHART: How Foreign Trade Has Robbed Growth
   CHART: Where Exports Have Fallen Off
   CHART: Imports Are Getting Cheaper
ITALY: STUMBLING TOWARD MAASTRICHT
   CHART: Italy's Inflation Heads Lower

News: Analysis & Commentary
THE MARKET IS 'ON UNCHARTED GROUND'
   CHART: How Now?
   THE FED'S MEYER SAYS RELAX. HE OUGHT TO KNOW
   TABLE: Meyer on the Economy
IT'S NOT SUCH A WONDERFUL LIFE FOR RETAILERS
   CHART: Few Glad Tidings
AN ELECTRIC CAR PROPELLED BY STAR POWER?
   TABLE: GM's Experiment
COMMENTARY: HOW TO DEFLATE THE AIR-BAG CRISIS
   PHOTO: Crash Test Dummies
KESSLER IS LEAVING, HIS CRUSADES AREN'T
SEXUAL HARASSMENT AT McKINSEY?
IF YOU'RE THINKING SPIN-OFF, YOU'D BETTER GET MOVING
A MAGIC BULLET FOR HEROIN ADDICTION?
   TABLE: Permanent Fix?

In Business This Week
GETTING 'RELIGIOUS' ABOUT BORLAND
VW MAY BE READY TO SETTLE
BELL ATLANTIC'S MEXICAN PAYOFF
VISA WON'T ACCEPT AMERICAN EXPRESS
DIGITAL DETENTE IN PC-TVs
A RUN IN ANNTAYLOR'S STOCK
ET CETERA . . .
CHIRON'S HERPES HIT
   CHART: Chiron Stock Price

Washington Outlook
SWEEPING THE MEDICARE MESS UNDER THE RUG--AGAIN
SIDESTEPPING STROM
PUTTING THE CHILL ON CHILE
BURTON: TOO PARTISAN?

International Business
SINGING THE NAFTA BLUES
   CHART: U.S. Trade Balance
COMMENTARY: FREE TRADE: WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH, ASIA STALLS
CAN TAIWAN'S LEE CLEAN UP 'A SECOND SICILY'?
HELPING THE RUSSIAN MAFIA HELP ITSELF
   TABLE: Who's Profiting from Tax Breaks
IT'S TOUGH FOR THE OLD DEUTSCHE BANK TO LEARN NEW TRICKS

International Outlook
ITALY'S PRODI MAY BE DERAILED BEFORE HIS REFORMS GET ON TRACK
BRITAIN'S BUDGET
SWISS SHAKEUP

The Corporation
THE AIRLINE STARTUPS START TO STALL
   TABLE: Turbulence for Startup Airlines
BEAN COUNTERS GET AN EARLY-WARNING SYSTEM
   TABLE: Sleuths in Green Eyeshades

Media
MURDOCH VS. EVERYONE
   TABLE: The Murdoch Effect

Government
THE TAX MAN COMETH TO CYBERSPACE

Legal Affairs
ORDER IN THE BUSINESS COURT
   TABLE: Change in Venue

Science & Technology
THE SILICON AGE? IT'S JUST DAWNING
   TABLE: March of the Microprocessor
   WHOSE BRAINCHILD WAS THE BRAIN CHIP?
      PHOTO: Bell Lab Researchers, 1948
WHO GETS A LIVER--AND WHO DOESN'T
   TABLE: Don't Get Sick in Boston

Developments to Watch
FROM DOWN UNDER, NEURAL-NET PCs
   PHOTO: Neuronetics Computer
COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS: TAMING THE BABEL
PLAYING CATCHUP WITH 'HAMBURGER DISEASE'
BRILLIANT WORK IN FLAT-PANEL DISPLAYS
Developments to Watch Contacts

Finance
FIDELITY STRUGGLES TO SOAR AGAIN
   TABLE: Trying to Pilot Fidelity to Better Returns
   TABLE: Most New Managers Perk Up Results
   TABLE: Fidelity: Long-Term Leader, Short-Term Laggard
THE TEXAN WITH A GIFT FOR THRIFTS
   TABLE: How a Country Banker Made the Big Time
   TABLE: How Ford And Perelman Scored at First Nationwide
COMMENTARY: A ONE-STOCK 401(k) IS TOO FRAGILE A NEST EGG

Inside Wall Street
EMC MAY PUT ZIP IN THE INTERNET
UNISYS: BAIT FOR BOTTOM-FISHERS?
   CHART: Comeback Potential
BETTING ON AVON, DOLE, AND SONAT

Social Issues
EDUCATION: MORE REFORM, PLEASE
   CHART: U.S. Schools: Mired in Mediocrity...
   TABLE: ...But Showing Signs of Life
   IS THE NEA GETTING ON THE REFORM TRAIN?

Personal Business
WORLDS OF ADVENTURE ON THE COFFEE TABLE
   PHOTO: Cover of American Images
   PHOTO: Cover of Jackie Robinson
   PHOTO: Cover of The Look Of The Century
   PHOTO: Cover of Degas
   PHOTO: Cover of Mountain Climbing
   PHOTO: Cover of The West
FOR THE GOLF NUT, GADGETS AND GIZMOS
   PHOTO: Gifts for Golf Nuts
   TABLE: Tools to Improve Your Golfer's Game
THE MAGIC OF SCIENCE--ON CD-ROM
   PHOTO: Science Software for Kids
THEY'LL THANK YOU EVERY MONTH
   TABLE: Gifts That Keep on Giving
THE RIGHT WINE--AT THE RIGHT PRICE
   TABLE: Wines Ripe for Giving
LET THE CD JAZZ FESTIVAL BEGIN
   PHOTO: Newly Released Jazz CDs
NEVER GIVE A MANDARIN A CLOCK, AND OTHER RULES
   TABLE: A Guide to Foreign Gift-Giving

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

Investment Figures of the Week
INVESTMENT FIGURES OF THE WEEK
   CHART: Mutual Fund Returns
   CHART: Stocks and Bonds

Editorials
WHAT THE STOCK MARKET IS TELLING US
AGAINST THE NAFTA NAYSAYERS
THE U.S. AS POWER BROKER IN ASIA

International -- Spotlight on Israel
TEL AVIV'S SKYLINE IS IN FOR A SHOCK...BUT FEW JOBS GO TO PALESTINIANS
   MAP: Tel Aviv

International -- European Business
REFORM AT LAST IN FRANCE? (int'l edition)
   TABLE: France Makes Some Progress...
   TABLE: ...But the Opposition is Strong
HELPING THE RUSSIAN MAFIA HELP ITSELF (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Who's Profiting from Tax Breaks
CURSE OF THE CHUNNEL (int'l edition)

International -- Asian Business
TIME TO CLEAN UP TAIWAN (int'l edition)
   TABLE: The Players in Taiwan's Crime Drama
WILL BEIJING OUST MICKEY? (int'l edition)
GETTING SERIOUS IN BANGKOK (int'l edition)

International -- Finance
LURING BACK THE HOT MONEY TO INDONESIA (int'l edition)
   CHART: A Roller-Coaster Market


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