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Aug. 31, 1998




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SPECIAL REPORT -- THE 21ST CENTURY ECONOMY
  Click above for a special Table of Contents for the entire 21st Century Economy bonus section
 
EDITOR'S MEMO
 The 21st Century: A Sneak Preview
 
READERS REPORT
 An IMF Success Story? Try Georgia
 All's Not Fair in Executive Divorce
 How to Keep Mutual-Fund Managers Honest
 The 'black Factor' Is Decidedly Right-Wing
 Secondhand Smoke: The Judiciary Is Blind
 The 'field of Dreams' of the '90s: The Labor Market
 
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
 ''Can record labels get back their rhythm?'' (Entertainment, July 27)
 ''Sanctions against Cuba: The beginning of the end?'' (Washington Outlook, Aug. 3)
 
LETTER FROM WASHINGTON
 Getting Ready for the Big One in Seattle
    MAP: Northwest Washington State
 
BOOKS
 A Digital D-Day?
    PHOTO: Cover, ''The Next World War''
 Voter Beware
    PHOTO: Cover, ''Lucky Bastard''
 Setting Sun?
    PHOTO: Cover, ''Japan: The System That Soured''
 
ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT
 The Fed Should Look Farther Than Its Own Backyard
 
BUSINESS OUTLOOK
 U.S.: Don't Be Fooled by July's Weakness
    CHART: Service Hiring Shows No Sign of Slowing
    CHART: Factory Inventories Are Outpacing Sales
    CHART: Why Labor Costs Are Becoming a Worry
 Germany: Kohl's Election Threat? The Jobless
    CHART: Progress in Cutting Unemployment Lines
 
NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY
 New Day, New Rules for the G-7
 There's No Wishing the Asian Crisis Away
    CHART: That Sinking Feeling
 Commentary: Don't Cry, It's Only Deflation
    CHART: The Pros Are Less Bullish
 Merck's New Melancholy Baby
    TABLE: Beyond Prozac
 Daewoo: Big Car on Campus?
 Novell Has to Hit the Gas
    CHART: Novell: Still Struggling
 Now Any Hack Can Be a Hacker
 Commentary: Canada's Health-Care System Isn't a Model Anymore
    TABLE: Patient Patients
 
IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK
 William McGuire's Headache at United Healthcare
 Bill Gates's Courtroom Drama
 Is Burma Too Hot for Arco?
 Checkfree Takes a Bad Bounce
 Big Blue vs. the Music Pirates
 Kerkorian: Feed My Lion
 Et Cetera...
 Netscape Catches the Wave
    CHART: Netscape Stock Price
 
WASHINGTON OUTLOOK
 Donorgate: Why Janet Reno Can't Win
 Bradley: In Play for 2000?
 Challenging Liberal Leaders
 
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
 The Oil Patch: From Big to Behemoth
    TABLE: Why Big Oil Wants to Become Even Bigger Oil
 Honda: A Heckuva Time to Switch Drivers
    CHART: The Rising Tide at Honda
    ONLINE ORIGINAL: Honda's New Boss Talks About the Future
 Merrill's Global Money Magnets
    TABLE: Big Plans for International Fund Management
    TABLE: Where Mercury Manages Money
 
INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK
 Germany: The Wilting of the Greens?
 Jordan Faces New Doubts
 
INSIDE WALL STREET
 J.P. Morgan May Be Receiving Callers
    CHART: Tarnished Luster
 Untangling the Wires at Microage
    CHART: Looking a Bit Frayed
 A New Remedy for What Ails Enzo?
    CHART: The Drop May Be 'Unjustifiable'
 
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 Innovative Society
 
INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON INDIA
 Pyramid Schemes Fleece Thousands...And Make Life Hard for Honest Outfits (int'l edition)
    MAP: India
 
INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT
 Divorce, American Style (int'l edition)
 Targeting the Chinese: Bad Business in Indonesia (int'l edition)
 Genzyme: Its Cartilage-Repair Product Is in Use (int'l edition)



 
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