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DOMESTIC COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY JOSH S. ABBOTT


Cover Story
 CHAIRMAN FORD
    COVER IMAGE: Chairman Ford
    TABLE: The Ford Legacy
    PHOTO: Edsel and Eleanor Ford and Their Four Children
    PHOTO: Henry and Clara Ford, 1943
    CHART: Ford vs. GM: And the Winner Is...
    RESUME: William Clay Ford Jr.
     INVESTING IN THE BIG THREE: DRIVE CAREFULLY

International -- European Cover Story
 GERMANY: IS THIS SCHRODER'S MOMENT? (int'l edition)
    EUROPEAN COVER IMAGE: Germany
    TABLE: What to Expect If Schroder Wins
    CHART: Economic Growth Is Lagging...Joblessness Remains High...and Business Confidence Is Weak

International -- Asian Cover Story
 INDONESIA: A TYCOON UNDER SIEGE (int'l edition)
    ASIAN COVER IMAGE: A Tycoon under Siege
    TABLE: The Salim Empire
    TABLE: The Salim Saga
    ELEVENTH-HOUR RESCUE OR JUST ANOTHER SWEET DEAL? (int'l edition)

Up Front
 TALK SHOW
 A HEDGE FUND GETS CLIPPED
 COMPAQ STRIKES AN ALTA 'TUDE
 MAKING TECHNOLOGY IDIOT-PROOF
 YES, VIRGINIA, THERE IS PHONE COMPETITION
    CHART: Pace of Telecom Competition
 WESTERN WAYS FOR EASTERN MBAs
 IT'S A GAME BOY! IT'S A FISH FINDER!
 RUNNY MAYO: WELL, THE RUSSIANS LIKE IT
 CHART: When Saying Good-Bye Is Easy
 FOOTNOTES

Readers Report
 ONE WORLD, ONE CELL-PHONE STANDARD
 WHY KOREAN WORKERS PLAY FOR KEEPS
 HOW PRICES GET TWISTED OUT OF SHAPE
 WHAT 'RED CARPET' TREATMENT REALLY MEANS IN CHINA
 HAWAII'S NEW WAVE: TELECOM PROWESS
 LET THE IMF R.I.P.

Corrections & Clarifications
 ''Half a Loaf at Blimpie'' (The Corporation, Aug. 10)

Technology & You
 A COMPUTER USER'S MANIFESTO
 ROUGH-AND-TUMBLE LAPTOPS
    PHOTO: Panasonic ToughBook 71 Laptop Computer
 WEB DESTINATIONS
 HELP DESK

Letter From The Missouri River
 ON THE TRAIL OF LEWIS AND CLARK
    MAP: Missouri River

Books
 A STATESMAN IN AN ERA OF GIANTS
    PHOTO: Cover, ''Acheson''
 JOHN MALONE AND THE CABLE TANGLE
    PHOTO: Cover, ''The Billionaire Shell Game''

Economic Viewpoint
 WHAT MIGHT SAVE RUSSIA: TYING THE RUBLE TO THE DOLLAR

Economic Trends
 A TAX CREDIT THAT DELIVERS
    CHART: Single Moms Have Surged into Worker Ranks
 DEFLATION: IS THE FED PREPARED?
 THE IFFY OUTLOOK FOR GOLD
    CHART: No Bounce in the Ounce

Business Outlook
 U.S.: THE BETTING NOW IS FOR A RATE CUT
    CHART: Where Retail Sales Are Still Vibrant
    GRAPHIC: Not All Bond Rallies Are Created Equal
    CHART: The Dollar's Recent Downshift
 AUSTRALIA: AVOIDING THE ASIAN FLU--SO FAR
    CHART: Job Growth Is Picking Up Steam

News: Analysis & Commentary
 CLINTON'S CALL TO ARMS
    TABLE: A 7-Point Program to Mount a G-7 Aid Mission for Emerging Markets
    CAPITAL CONTROLS: LIFELINE OR NOOSE?
       TABLE: How Countries Control Capital Flows
    COMMENTARY: EAST ASIA: WHERE CAPITALISM ISN'T CAPITALISM
 WHAT MATTERS MORE THAN MONICA? THE ECONOMY
 CAN CLINTON HOLD THE CENTER?
    TABLE: Backed into a Corner
 ONE FRIEND CLINTON CAN COUNT ON: THE EXPANSION
    CHART: Profit Margins Have Peaked...Foreign Demand Is Sinking...
    CHART: ...But Job Growth Is Still Healthy...And Inflation Remains Quite Low
 FINANCIAL SERVICES: VALUE AMID THE CARNAGE?
    TABLE: Who's Feeling the Pain
    CHART: The Fiasco in Financial Stocks
 CAN IPOs ACHIEVE LIFTOFF AGAIN?
    CHART: A Smaller Appetite for IPOs

In Business This Week
 GERALDINE LAYBOURNE: OXYGEN GETS AIRBORNE
 MOTOROLA PUTS A CHIP PLANT ON HOLD
 HINTS FROM A JUDGE ABOUT MICROSOFT
 ABBOTT'S NEW CEO HAS A YEN FOR DEALS
 CIENA COULD USE A SAVIOR
 THE U.S. RELAXES ENCRYPTION RULES
 ET CETERA...
 NORTEL: CROSSED SIGNALS
    CHART: Nortel Stock Price

International Business
 GERMANY: IS THIS SCHRODER'S MOMENT?
    TABLE: What to Expect if Schroder Wins
 INDONESIA: A TYCOON UNDER SIEGE
    TABLE: The Salim Empire

International Outlook
 IS MALAYSIA RIPE FOR A POPULAR REVOLT?
 GM RAISES SUZUKI STAKE
 EU PUSHES U.S. TRADE DEAL

The Corporation
 REHEATING STARBUCKS
    CHART: Starbucks: Less Jolt
    PHOTO: Starbucks' Tiazzi

Science & Technology
 THE NEW FRACAS OVER FAT PILLS
    TABLE: The Ups and Downs of Fen-phen

Developments to Watch
 FORD SLIPS A NEURAL NET UNDER THE HOOD
 QUICK WORK FROM A NEW CT SCANNER
    PHOTO: CT Medical Scans
 A SEARCH ENGINE GETS A SEARCH ENGINE
 INNOVATIONS
 Developments to Watch Contacts

Information Technology
 CRAIG McCAW: THE PROPHET OF TELECOM
    RESUME: Craig McCaw
    TABLE: McCaw's New Telecom Empire

Sports Business
 THE YANKEES: STEINBRENNER'S MONEY MACHINE
    TABLE: It's Not Easy Being the Boss...
    TABLE: Where the Money Comes From

Finance
 WILL CITIGROUP'S PARADE GET RAINED OUT?
    CHART: Citi and Travelers Are Taking a Hit...But Jitters over the Deal Are Easing
 REITs IN THE ROUGH
    CHART: Crumbling REIT Stocks

Inside Wall Street
 WHY HEMISPHERX COULD TAKE SICK
    CHART: Is Its Medicine About to Fail?
 ALPINE MAY BE SET FOR A CLIMB
    CHART: Way Down in the Valley
 PENN NATIONAL MAY ROMP HOME
    CHART: Lately, It Has Pulled Up Lame

Personal Business
 TIME TO SIZE UP SMALL CAPS?
    TABLE: How the Top Small-Cap Funds Have Retreated
 MANAGING YOUR PORTFOLIO--FOR ORDERLY GROWTH, AND NO ULCERS
    TABLE: A Slow and Steady Portfolio
 FUND LOSSES: YOU MAY STILL OWE UNCLE SAM
    TABLE: Avoiding Unpleasant Surprises
 BUILDING A BIJOU IN YOUR BASEMENT
    TABLE: A Home Theater: Two Ways to Go
 SHUTTERBUGS, IT MAY BE TIME TO GO DIGITAL
    TABLE: Hot Shots
    PHOTO: Canon Powershot Pro 70 Digital Camera
    PHOTO: Sony DCR-PC1 Compact Digital Camcorder
 GOOD SURFING FOR MOVIE MAVENS
    TABLE: Lights, Camera, the Web (extended)
  A GUIDE TO SETTLING HOLOCAUST CLAIMS
    TABLE: Where to Get Assistance
    PHOTO: Magda Hafter and Family, 1933
    PHOTO: Magda Hafter, 1998

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 SHAME OF PRESIDENT CLINTON

International -- Spotlight on Mexico
 CAN HOTELS COEXIST WITH SEA TURTLES...AND WITH FIERCE ENVIRONMENTALISTS? (int'l edition)
    MAP: Yucatan Peninsula

International -- Readers Report
 KEEPING A DISTANCE FROM DOLLARIZATION (int'l edition)
 WELCOME INDIAN SOFTWARE FIRMS TO A BIGGER AUDIENCE (int'l edition)
 HOW PRICES GET TWISTED OUT OF SHAPE (int'l edition)
 CHINA: WHAT THE 'RED CARPET' TREATMENT REALLY MEANS (int'l edition)

International -- European Business
 THE NEW LORDS OF FOOTBALL? (int'l edition)
    CHART: Televised Matches Are Hotter Than Ever
 RUSSIA: CAN THIS BANK REBUILD IN THE RUBBLE? (int'l edition)
 SPAIN: BACK HOME, TELEFONICA IS STILL A TITAN (int'l edition)
    TABLE: Why Latin America Won't Kill Telefonica

International -- Asian Business
 SAYONARA TO JAPAN'S PROFITS (int'l edition)
    TABLE: Where Are Japan's Earnings?
 ASIA'S TELECOM PLAYERS: STRUGGLING TO STAY PLUGGED IN (int'l edition)
    THAILAND: A GIANT FALLS HARD (int'l edition)
       CHART: TelecomAsia: Highflier No More
    CHINA: MOTOROLA ON HOLD (int'l edition)

International -- Latin America
 COMMENTARY: BRAZIL DOESN'T NEED A BAILOUT. IT NEEDS LEADERSHIP (int'l edition)

International -- Editorials
 KEEP GERMAN REFORMS ON TRACK (int'l edition)


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