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ASIAN COVER: PHOTOGRAPH OF POSCO STEEL MILL IN SOUTH KOREA BY GREG GIRARD/CONTACT


Cover Story
CAN DETROIT MAKE CARS THAT BABY BOOMERS LIKE?
   COVER IMAGE: The Future of the American Car
   TABLE: A Boomer's Eye View of Cars
   CHART: America's Taste in Cars
   CHART: Detroit Loses Its Grip
   PHOTO: 1982 BMW 320i
   PHOTO: 1989 Lexus LS 400
   PHOTO: 1991 Saturn Sport Coupe
   COMMENTARY: TOO MANY MODELS, TOO LITTLE FOCUS
      TABLE: Stuck in Neutral

International -- Asian Cover Story
ASIA'S CHALLENGE (int'l edition)
   ASIAN COVER IMAGE: Asia's Challenge
   TABLE: Asia: What Companies Must Do
   IRON WILL AT A STEEL GIANT (int'l edition)
   HEADWINDS ALL THE WAY (int'l edition)
   'THE STRONG WILL GROW STRONGER' (int'l edition)

Up Front
TALK SHOW
SHOULDA-COULDA-WOULDA AT ITT
THE BUZZ ABOUT WIRED: FOR SALE?
CHECK YOUR REARVIEW, HARVARD
   CHART: 1997 B-School Applications
THE CERTIFIED FOREST
LBO DAYS, BROADWAY NIGHTS
NOW, FOR PICASSO'S BLACKJACK PERIOD
TAKE THAT, YOU VARMINT
CHART: Mall-ady
FOOTNOTES

Readers Report
RESTATE SEARS' EARNINGS? THAT'S 'LUDICROUS'
GLOBAL WARMING SPARKS ANOTHER HEATED DEBATE
GREEN BEGETS GREEN IN MANY WAYS
EARLY ADMISSION IS A TEST OF COMMITMENT
SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS ARE NOTHING NEW TO GUN OWNERS
WADE COOK FINANCIAL: THANKS FOR THE ATTENTION

Corrections & Clarifications
''Tiny--but not trifling'' (Technology & You, Nov. 17)
''Can China reform its economy?'' (Cover Story, Sept. 29)
''Footnotes'' (Up Front, Sept. 22)
''Put the comeback on my card'' (Finance, Nov. 10)

Books
THE 'KEEP OUT' SIGNS ON JAPAN'S PROFESSIONS
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Cartels of the Mind''
THE BUSINESS WEEK BEST-SELLER LIST

Technology & You
EEEEK! A BETTER MOUSE
   PHOTO: WACOM PenPartner
   PHOTO: Microsoft IntelliMouse
   PHOTO: Mouseman by Logitech

Economic Viewpoint
THE FEDS SHOULD LET MICROSOFT BE MICROSOFT

Economic Trends
PATENTS TELL AN UPBEAT STORY
   CHART: America's Patent Office Is Busier Than Ever
DO IMMIGRANTS CHASE BENEFITS?
GRINCHES AT THE COUNTERS

Letter From India
A BOILING KETTLE IN THE LAND OF TEA
   MAP: India

Business Outlook
U.S.: DEMAND TAKES THE BACKSEAT--BUT NOT FOR LONG
   CHART: Industry Enjoys Another Power Surge
   CHART: Inventories Remain in Good Shape
   CHART: Homebuilding Barrels Along
SWITZERLAND: AT LAST, AN UPSWING. BUT WILL IT SURVIVE THE EURO?
   CHART: Foreign Demand Is Driving Growth

News: Analysis & Commentary
LABOR: BACK ON THE ROPES
   TABLE: From the High Road to the Low Road
TWO WAYS TO READ THE NUMBERS
   COMMENTARY: THE PRODUCTIVITY GAINS WON'T LAST
      CHART: The Ups and Downs of Productivity Growth
   COMMENTARY: YES, THEY WILL--AND HERE'S WHY
      TABLE: How the 1990s Are Different
THE RAGE TO REFINANCE
   CHART: Rates Are Dropping...And Homeowners Are Refinancing
HOW GREEN TREE GOT PRUNED
   CHART: Timber!
   PHOTO: Lawrence Coss of Green Tree Financial Corp.
NO LOVE LOST AT LOVE FIELD
   CHART: Is More Competition the Answer?
COMMENTARY: A POTENT WEAPON IN THE WAR AGAINST SWEATSHOPS
PRESENTS THAT WON'T FIT UNDER THE CHRISTMAS TREE
   CHART: Forget the Mink. Make Mine a Massage

In Business This Week
ANN IVERSON: EXIT, WITH FRILLS
   PHOTO: Ann Iverson, CEO of Laura Ashley Holdings
DOW JONES BEATS A RETREAT
WHO BLURRED THE BOOKS AT B&L?
DEREG BLUES IN L.A.
ROSEN RUNS OUT OF GAS
STILL VENTURESOME
ET CETERA . . .
AVON FALLING
   CHART: Avon Products Stock Price

Washington Outlook
THE SHOWDOWN WITH SADDAM: HOW BAD A BLOW FOR WASHINGTON?

International Business
RACING TO ASIA'S RESCUE
   SEOUL MAKES A STAB AT REFORM
TOKYO MAY BE GETTING THE MESSAGE: JUST PULL THE PLUG
   CHART: As Banks Grow Weaker, the Nikkei Is Plunging
COMMENTARY: ASIA'S CRISIS: THE COLD WAR'S FINAL LEGACY
   PHOTO: General Douglas MacArthur

Marketing
LEVI'S IS HIKING UP ITS PANTS
   CHART: Levi's Fading Share

Science & Technology
NOW ARRIVING AT U.S. AIRPORTS: BOMBPROOFING
   GRAPHIC: The New Baggage Check

Developments to Watch
PRIVATE ROADS FOR BUSY WEB SITES
CAN DAMAGED BRAINS BE FIXED?
KNOCKING OUT FACTORY BROWNOUTS
INNOVATIONS
   PHOTO: Speedmask by Speedo
Developments to Watch Contacts

People
ZD'S ERIC HIPPEAU: 'I LIVE, BREATHE, SLEEP COMPUTERS'
   TABLE: Hippeau's Rapid Rise

Finance
MINING PROFITS FROM MICRODATA
FIRST UNION PAID HOW MUCH FOR THAT BANK?
   TABLE: Fast Eddie's Growth Strategy
A JOLLY GOOD DEAL FOR MERRILL LYNCH
   TABLE: Mercury: A Snapshot

Inside Wall Street
THESE CIGARS ARE REALLY SMOKIN'
   CHART: Puffing Right Along
WHY GABELLI IS BUYING UP VIACOM
   CHART: A ''Dark Period'' Could Be Over
HITCHING GALOOB TO STAR WARS
   CHART: Will Lucas' Deal Turn Sweeter?

Information Processing
JUSTICE VS. MICROSOFT: WHAT'S THE BIG DEAL?

Bits & Bytes
NOW, YOU CAN DIAL UP YOUR OFFICE E-MAIL
HIT THE GAS--AND THE INTERNET
HOW TO GET SOME FACE TIME WITH YOUR PC
A VIRTUAL TREK WITH LEWIS AND CLARK
Bits & Bytes Contacts

Legal Affairs
CORPORATE AMERICA'S COLOMBIAN CONNECTION
   TABLE: The New Money Laundering

The Corporation
A MAJOR STUDIO NAMED AOL?
   TABLE: AOL's Wide World of Entertainment

Personal Business
STAYING IN EQUITIES WITHOUT LOSING TOO MUCH SLEEP
   TABLE: How a Collar Works
BONDS: TIME TO CRUISE FOR CONVERTIBLES?
   TABLE: Best of Both Worlds
OLYMPICS IN JAPAN: BETTER BOOK NOW
WORTH NOTING

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
WHAT A MODERN LABOR MOVEMENT NEEDS
IT'S TIME FOR JAPAN'S BANKS TO ACT

International -- Spotlight on Mexico
WHERE THE WATER IS RUNNING OUT...A LANDMARK GETS A NEW LEASE ON LIFE (int'l edition)
   MAP: Mexico City

International -- Readers Report
MARKET SHOCKS: HOW MUCH PAIN? (int'l edition)
WHY FRANCE AND ITALY NEED GOVERNMENT AID (int'l edition)

International -- European Business
ALLIANZ-AGF: ANATOMY OF A MEGADEAL (int'l edition)
   CHART: AGF Gets Pricier
STERLING'S STRENGTH IS STOKING UP TROUBLE (int'l edition)
   CHART: Sterling Surges Against the Dollar...And Even More Against the Mark
COMMENTARY: GERMANY: A NATION OF TAX DODGERS (int'l edition)

International -- Asian Business
TOKYO MAY BE GETTING THE MESSAGE: PULL THE PLUG (int'l edition)
   CHART: As Banks Grow Weaker, the Nikkei Is Plunging

International -- International Business
REMEMBER TEQUILA SHOCK? WELL, HERE COMES SAMBA SHOCK (int'l edition)
   TABLE: The Squeeze on Argentina

International -- Finance
WILL PEREGRINE STILL FLY FREE? (int'l edition)

International -- Editorials
BRITAIN: A RATE RISE IS THE WRONG MEDICINE (int'l edition)


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