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July 6, 1998




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COVER STORY
 AT&T-TCI: Telecom Unbound
    COVER IMAGE: Telecom Unbound
    TABLE: Building a Better Bundle...
    TABLE: ...And Making it Work
    PHOTO: C. Michael Armstrong, Chairman of AT&t
    PHOTO: John Malone, Chairman of TCI
    The New Technology: What You Need to Know
    Commentary: The Fcc's Kennard: 'This Could Be the Breakthrough Merger'
    Every Cable Company Is a Cinderella Now
       CHART: Will Deal Mania Drive Prices Higher?
    Commentary: How Sweet It Is (Again) for Chairman Bill
    In Europe, Many Paths to the I-Way
    ONLINE ORIGINAL: Should Investors Go with AT&T--or a Cable Company?
 
UP FRONT
 Talk Show
 The Nfl Benches Quickie Ads
 Was This White House Bug All Buzz?
 Have Another Sip of Seattle
 Build Local, Sell Local
    TABLE: Where the Cars Aren't
 Even More Booty for MBAs
    TABLE: Young Bucks
 Stop and Download the Roses
 One More Reason to Avoid Ipos
    TABLE: Portfolio Poopers
 CHART: Managed Care: A Mixed Blessing
 Footnotes
 
EDITOR'S MEMO
 The Hot Magazine in High Tech
 
READERS REPORT
 A Precise Way to Hedge the Dow
 Don't Overlook the Terror in Tibet
 Canada's Publishers Just Need a Level Playing Field
 Jack Welch: Role Model or Rascal?
 
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
 ''A way to wellness--with limits'' (Personal Business, June 22)
 
BOOKS
 What Went Wrong on the Way to Integration
    PHOTO: Cover, ''Someone Else's House''
 The Business Week Best-Seller List
 
TECHNOLOGY & YOU
 Now, Scanners Are a Snap to Use
    TABLE: A Trio of Scanners
 
ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT
 Washington Can't Keep High Tech to Itself, So Why Try?
 
ECONOMIC TRENDS
 Taxes: Lower Than You Think
    CHART: Most People Now Face Reduced Marginal Rates
 States Ante Up for Workfare
 Business Eyes a Financing Gap
    CHART: Printing IOUs in the Boardroom
 
LETTER FROM CHICAGO
 Class Act: A Reporter Turns Principal
    MAP: Chicago
 
BUSINESS OUTLOOK
 U.S.: The Dollar's Coming U-Turn
    CHART: The Current Account: A Turn for the Worse
    CHART: So Far, the Asian Impact Is All Exports
    CHART: Asia's Squeeze Is Getting Tighter
 Italy: Another Victim of the Asian Flu
    CHART: What's Hurting Italy's GDP Growth
 
NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY
 Clinton: What's at Stake in China
 Commentary: The GOP Is Choosing Symbols over Substance
 An Episode of Viagra Interruptus
    TABLE: How Insurers Cover Viagra
    CHART: The Morning After
 Commentary: The Big Hole in the Drug Safety Net
 The Nba Players Union Grabs the Ball
    CHART: Player Salaries Are Jumping
 Connecticut: The Promised Land for Privatization?
    CHART: A Prize to be Privatized
 
IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK
 Craig Barrett: Has Intel's Chip Come In?
 Back Door Affirmative Action
 Kellogg's New No. 2 Has His Bowl Full
 More Tax Goodies for the GOP
 A Computer Rivalry Ends in Marriage
 Starved for Butterfat
 Et Cetera...
 Yahoopla!
    CHART: Yahoo! Stock Price
 
WASHINGTON OUTLOOK
 Behind America's Sudden Overture to Iran
 Mud-Slinging in New Mexico?
 Tobacco: Saving Face
 
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
 Last Chance for the Yen?
    TABLE: Tokyo Has a Bank Repair Plan...
    CHART: ...But the Debt Problem Still Grows Worse...And It Has Big Asian Exposure
 'Hong Kong Has Lost Its Touch'
    CHART: Hong Kong's Downhill Run
 Lessons from the European Tigers
    TABLE: Where the Sizzle Is
 Management, American-Style at Hidebound Fiat
 Russia: No Tax Man Ever Had It Tougher
    A Talk with Boris Fyodorov
 Mexico: Why Pemex Is in a Pinch
    CHART: Pressure on Pemex
 
INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK
 Indonesia: From One Gang of Cronies to Another?
 The Return of Klaus?
 New Jewish Claims for Swiss
 
MANAGEMENT
 How Al Dunlap Self-Destructed
    TABLE: Chainsaw Al's Waterloo
    CHART: Thrills and Chills
 
LEGAL AFFAIRS
 Trustbuster William Baer: The Ftc's Eager Sheriff
    TABLE: Bold Enforcer
 
FINANCE
 A Report Card on 'Inside Wall Street'
    TABLE: How the Column Stacks Up
    TABLE: The Best Performers...And the Worst
    TABLE: The Inside Wall Street Scorecard
 General Re: Buffett's $22 Billion Hedge
    TABLE: How Gen Re Bolsters Buffett
 Real Estate: Nomura's Penner Has a New Launching Pad
    TABLE: Capital America Makes Its Debut
 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
 Gateway Loses the Folksy Shtick
    TABLE: California, Here We Come
 
BITS & BYTES
 A Web Site for Rebels with a Cause
 No-Guess Software Testing
 How Net Ads Can Better Snag Shoppers
 Coming Soon: The Paperless, Portable Book
 Bits & Bytes Contacts
 
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
 Hiv: Sobering News from the Front
    TABLE: Mixed Picture in Geneva
 
DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH
 Warning: Red Means 'refrozen'
 Transistors Make a Quantum Leap
 A Warehouse of Virtual Parts
 Adding Razzle-Dazzle to Flash Chips
 Developments to Watch Contacts
 
PERSONAL BUSINESS
 Homes for Seniors Where the Living Is Easier
    TABLE: What to Ask before You Sign
    TABLE: Assisted Living
    Assisted-Living Stocks: Just Taking a Breather (Extended)
       TABLE: Bargain-Hunting Time?
 CDs Online: Click Here for Sinatra--and Savings
    TABLE: Where to Buy CDs Online
 Middle Game
 
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
 AT&T and TCI: Unblocking the I-Way
 Let Asian Markets Do Their Work
 
INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON GERMANY
 Today a Hamlet, Tomorrow a Mine...As a Culture Fights to Survive
    MAP: Germany
 
INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT
 Sumo Fans Speak Out (int'l edition)
 So That's Why the U.S. Didn't See India's A-Test Coming (int'l edition)
 A Nuclear Double Standard? It's Par for the Course (int'l edition)
 Jack Welch: Also a Great Golfer (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS
 Lessons from the European Tigers (int'l edition)
    TABLE: Where the Sizzle Is
 Management, American-Style at Hidebound Fiat (int'l edition)
    TABLE: The New Agenda
 Commentary: Ticket Madness at the World Cup (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS
 'Hong Kong Has Lost Its Touch' (int'l edition)
 Asia: The Airlines That Fell to Earth (int'l edition)
    TABLE: Turbulent Skies
 
INTERNATIONAL -- FINANCE
 Russia: No Tax Man Ever Had It Tougher (int'l edition)
    A Talk with Boris Fyodorov (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EDITORIALS
 Russia Should Risk Radical Tax Reform (int'l edition)



 
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