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DOMESTIC COVER: PHOTOGRAPH OF CHAIRMAN AND CEO OF TRAVELERS GROUP SANFORD I. WEILL BY SHONNA VALESKA; EUROPEAN COVER: PHOTOGRAPH OF GIRL USING IKEA FURNITURE BY LINDA FARWELL; ASIAN COVER: PHOTOGRAPH OF CP GROUP CHAIRMAN DHANIN CHEARAVANONT BY MUNSHI AHMED


Cover Story
SANDY'S TRIUMPH
   COVER IMAGE: Sandy's Triumph
   TABLE: Weill's Ride to the Summit
   TABLE: Wall Street's Lions
   TABLE: Salomon Smith Barney at a Glance
   DIMON AND MAUGHAN: HOW LONG CAN THESE TWO TANGO?
      TABLE: Resume: James Dimon
      TABLE: Resume: Deryck Maughan

International -- European Cover Story
IKEA'S NEW GAME PLAN
   EUROPEAN COVER IMAGE: Ikea's New Game Plan
   TABLE: The Strategy: What Ikea Must Do
   CHART: How Much Is Ikea Worth?

International -- Asian Cover Story
THAILAND'S ANXIOUS GIANT
   ASIAN COVER IMAGE: CP's Challenge
   TABLE: What CP Group Faces Now
   TABLE: CP Group at a Glance
   'I'M NOT JUST AN ORDINARY BUSINESSMAN'

Special Report -- Web Advertising
WEB ADS START TO CLICK
   TABLE: How Web Ads Work
   TABLE: Buzz Words
   TABLE: Leading the Cyber-Ad Charge
   CHART: Total Ad Dollars Spent on the Net
   TABLE: Web Sites Advertisers and Surfers Love
   SAATCHI TAKES THE NET PLUNGE
   BW/HARRIS POLL: A LOT OF LOOKING, NOT MUCH BUYING--YET

Up Front
TALK SHOW
THE PRINCE AND THE PRINCESSES
A MERGER OF MERGEMEISTERS
A FED WATCHDOG TAKES A BREATHER
CLUNK, CLUNK
   TABLE: The Least Reliable Vehicles
WORLDCOM'S LUCKY DAY
A ONE-MAN JIHAD ON JUNK E-MAIL
DWATS, DAT WABBIT WUVS MICWOSOFT
CHART: Networked Workers
FOOTNOTES

Readers Report
WHAT'S RIGHT AND WRONG AT HEINZ
NUMBERS ARE KEY IN TV AD DECISIONS
YOU'LL ALWAYS FIND PORK RINDS AT 7-ELEVEN

Corrections & Clarifications
The CEO and the board (Cover Story, Sept. 15)

Books
DOES EUROPE STILL HAVE WHAT IT TAKES?
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Europe Adrift''
FASTER, FASTER
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Real Time''
WHO'S TO BLAME?
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Drawing Life''
BOOKS BY BW WRITERS

Technology & You
LET YOUR LAPTOP DO THE NAVIGATING
CEOs IN THE HOMEROOM
CRASH PREVENTION

Economic Viewpoint
THERE'S NOTHING NATURAL ABOUT 'NATURAL' MONOPOLIES

Economic Trends
THE SHEEPSKIN PARADOX
JOB SECURITY IS NOT ENOUGH
A PRICE INDEX GETS A QUIET FIX
   CHART: Adjusting the Inflation Number

Letter From Japan
JAPAN'S BIKERS: THE TAME ONES
   MAP: Japan

Business Outlook
U.S.: THE DOLLAR IS STRONG. GET USED TO IT
   CHART: Exports Take Off and Are Still Accelerating
   CHART: Domestic Earnings Lead the Slowdown
   CHART: Has the Greenback Topped Out?
BRITAIN: A PAUSE IN RATE HIKES? NOT YET
   CHART: Underlying Inflation Remains Subdued

News: Analysis & Commentary
A NEW BREED OF PHILANTHROPIST
   TABLE: The Joy of Giving
   CHART: Sharing the Wealth
WILL WASHINGTON BE DRAGGED INTO CAMPAIGN REFORM?
   TABLE: Money Politics: New Pressures
THE TEAMSTERS MESS IS SPOILING LABOR'S COMEBACK
   TABLE: Sudden Impact
COMMENTARY: WHY FAST TRACK MAY BE GOING NOWHERE
WILL THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS RUN ALL THE WAY TO PROVIDENCE?
   TABLE: The Patriots' Toss

In Business This Week
IBM: BIG BLUE'S COPPER COUP
   PHOTO: IBM Chip
WAVING A RED FLAG BEFORE REGULATORS
UNIVERSAL TUNES IN TO CABLE
A CONSULTANT TAKES CHARGE AT UNISYS
WHY GUCCI LOOKS DOWN AT THE HEELS
GRANT GETS A HILL OF MONEY
ET CETERA...
HIGHER RISK AT AETNA
   CHART: Aetna Stock Price

Finance
MUTUAL FUNDS: TANNED, RESTED, AND RARING
   TABLE: The Best Returns
   TABLE: How Big Funds Fared
   TABLE: The Worst Returns
   TABLE: Bond-Fund Leaders
   TABLE: At Last--Most Funds Shoot Past the S&P 500
COMMENTARY: DON'T SWEAT THOSE MARKET SWINGS

Inside Wall Street
REYNOLDS: PEELING OFF THE WRAPPING?
   CHART: Increasing Luster
A DULL GLOW ON 'THE OTHER ITT'
   CHART: Real Gains Since the Split-Up
THIS DRUGMAKER MAY BE ON THE MEND
   CHART: Getting the Dosage Right?

Science & Technology
A SCIENTIST ASSAULTS THE SCIENCE OF TESTING
   TABLE: The Great Testing Debate

Developments to Watch
EARTH'S POST-SEISMIC STRESS
SONGS THAT LEAD DOWN MEMORY LANE
THREADS TO SNAG COUNTERFEITERS
A BETTER SCREEN FOR SKIN CANCER
Developments to Watch Contacts

People
KEEPING THE HARD ROCK ROLLING
   TABLE: Resume: James G. Berk

Media
THE N.Y. TIMES: A HEALTHY FLUSH FOR THE GRAY LADY
   TABLE: Out with the Old, in with the News
   CHART: The Times Delivers

Government
RETIREMENT: HELP FOR CLUELESS BABY BOOMERS
   TABLE: Second Chance to Save

The Corporation
IKEA'S NEW GAME PLAN
   TABLE: The Strategy: What Ikea Must Do
   PHOTO: Child Using Ikea Furniture
WHAT'S FOILING THE ALUMINUM CAN
   CHART: Container Wars
AT UNION PACIFIC, AN OLD BRAKEMAN FACES HIS ULTIMATE TEST
   TABLE: Davidson's Wobbly Ride

Economics
ASK AND IT SHALL BE DISCOUNTED
   TABLE: Discounting: It's Not Just 10% Off List Anymore

Legal Affairs
HIGH ANXIETY OVER THE PUSH FOR PRICE CEILINGS
   TABLE: Tug of War
COSTLIER SMOKES, CLEANER LUNGS?
   TABLE: The $1.50 Effect

International Business
CHEATED IN CHINA?
   TABLE: Joint Ventures Gone Wrong
JAPAN'S LDP MAY BE GOING BACK TO THE BAD OLD DAYS
COMMENTARY: LET THE MARKETS DO THE RESCUING

International Outlook
CAN 36 PARTIES PLUS ONE UNION ACTUALLY GOVERN POLAND?
SMOKE CHOKES ASIA TOURISM
SOFT TOUCH AT AIR FRANCE?

Information Processing
CD-ROMs: THE GIANTS RULE
   CHART: CD-ROM Sales Growth Slows
   MORE MAGIC FROM THE MAKERS OF MYST?

Bits & Bytes
A TOY STORE TO VISIT IN YOUR STOCKING FEET
LEARN TO READ--AND SAY THE WORDS RIGHT
THIS KEYPAD GOES WAY BEYOND THE NUMBERS
COMING SOON: POST OFFICES IN CYBERSPACE
Bits & Bytes Contacts

Sports Business
HOW DO YOU SAY 'FORE' IN RUSSIAN?

Marketing
TALBOTS DROPS THE 'FUNKIER STUFF'
   CHART: As Talbots Keeps Expanding...Same-Store Sales Slide

Personal Business
JUST HOW JUICY IS THAT IPO?
   TABLE: How to Size Up an IPO Prospectus
THERE'S BIG GREEN IN ORGANIC FOOD
   TABLE: The Hunger for Organics
NO REASON TO QUIT QUICKEN
   TABLE: Comparison Test
MAYBE YOU OUGHT TO BE IN PICTURES
   PHOTO: ''Untitled,'' 1996 Photograph by Cindy Sherman
PAYING IT OFF

Business Week Index
BUSINESS WEEK INDEX
   CHART: Production Index
   HISTORICAL DATA: BW Index Back to 1992
THE WEEK AHEAD

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

Editorials
THE GLORIES OF PHILANTHROPY
CAMPAIGN-FINANCE REFORM: JUST DO IT

International -- Spotlight on Turkey
AS A WAR EBBS, BUSINESS PICKS UP...BUT PEACE WON'T COME CHEAP (int'l edition)
   MAP: Turkey

International -- Readers Report
CORRUPTION AND FAVORITISM IN MALAYSIA (int'l edition)

International -- European Business
A RAIDER RIDES INTO FRANCE
   HOW YANKEE BANKERS ARE DRIVING EUROPE'S DEALS
FRENCH ENTREPRENEURS SWIM THE CHANNEL
BELGIUM'S KINEPOLIS TAKES THE MEGAPLEX ON THE ROAD
MAYBE EUROPE'S TELECOMS AREN'T SO TOUGH AFTER ALL
   TABLE: Sizing Up the Big Three

International -- Asian Business
INDIA OPENS UP TO PRIVATE INTERNET PROVIDERS--SORT OF
WHEN'S THE NEXT FLIGHT OUT OF VIETNAM?
   CHART: Less Money for Vietnam

International -- Editorials
A BRAIN DRAIN IN FRANCE
CHINA'S PROVINCIAL TROUBLEMAKERS


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