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Cover Story
 The 25 Top Executives of the Year

Industry Outlook 1999
 Industry Outlook 1999

Up Front
 Talk Show
 A Millennium Bug's Life
 Flying United with Paperless Tickets
 A Nobel Is a Nobel Is a Nobel...
 Mideast Tensions--Right in Your Den
    PHOTO: Israeli Air Force Game
 Going to the Chapel...
    TABLE: The Year's Biggest Deals
    TABLE: Five Almost-Rans
    CHART: A Record Year for Deals
    CHART: A Decade of M&A Activity
 Up On Your Reading, Reader?

Readers Report
 The Y2K Issue, for Better--or for Worse
 The Wage Gap: Schools Aren't the Only Problem
 What's Quicker Than Amazon.com
 Sport-Utes and America's Greed Problem
 Temping Can Be the Rational Choice
 Conseco: Its Option Plan Could Help Shareholders

Corrections & Clarifications
 ''Whiz Kids'' (Management, Dec. 7)
 ''You've come a short way, baby'' (Social Issues, Nov. 23)
 Investment Outlook Scoreboard (Dec. 28)

Books
 Wal-Mart without the Window Dressing
    PHOTO: Cover, ''In Sam We Trust''
 The Business Week Best-Seller List

Technology & You
 Freeware? What's Not to Like?

Economic Viewpoint
 An Impeachment Trial Would Punish the Economy

Economic Trends
 A Big Break for Big Caps?
    CHART: The Rise of Institutions
 How Chile Iced Hot Money
 Death, Taxes, and the Rich
    CHART: Gifts by the Rich
 The Brains Coming Ashore

Business Outlook
 U.S.: This New Year's Hangover Doesn't Hurt
    CHART: More Cautious, but Still Upbeat
    CHART: Claims Show No Sign of Labor Market Slack
    CHART: Is the Trade Gap with Asia Bottoming Out?
 Australia: A Bright Spot on the Pacific Rim
    CHART: Lower Rates Fuel Australia's Economy

News: Analysis & Commentary
 Impeachment: Bad for Business?
    Commentary: Making Peace on the Potomac
 Lockheed: A Lean, Mean Fighting Machine It Ain't
    TABLE: Why Lockheed Martin Is in an Earnings Dive
 Why the Fourth Quarter Looks Like a Stinker
    CHART: The Market Is Strong...But Quarterly Earnings Look Weak
    For Texaco, 1999 Could Be a Black Hole
       TABLE: Dim and Dimmer
 Commentary: Busting Up a Balance Sheet Game
    CHART: Charging It Off
 How Did Santa Carry All Those Computers?
 Commentary: A Better Vaccine against Y2K Lawsuit Fever
    BW/HARRIS EXECUTIVE POLL: Slow but Steady Progress
 Schwab's New Net Message: ''You've Got IPOs!''

In Business This Week
 James Tobin: An Ultimatum Backfires
 The Latest Worry: Daredevil CEOs
 A Bright-Eyed and Bushy-Tailed Drug
 California's Beer Blast
 The Apple Pipeline Is Primed
 DaimlerChrysler Is a Happy Couple
 Et Cetera...
 AOL in the Family
    CHART: America Online Stock Price

Washington Outlook
 Battle Stations! The Coming Combat over Defense Spending
 A Gore Pal on the Griddle?
 Bowles: Back in Pinstripes

Inside Wall Street
 Data Broadcasting Is Spinning a Web
    CHART: Looking toward a Hot IPO
 Spacehab's Fresh Launching Pad
    CHART: A Boost from Glenn's Trip
 Fore Systems Rushes the Net
    CHART: Robust Snapback?

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
 Can the Economy Keep Dodging Bullets?
 E-Commerce: It's Clicking

International -- Spotlight on Sweden
 Used Nuclear Fuel May Find a Home...And Other Nations May Buy in (int'l edition)
    MAP: Sweden

International -- European Business
 Russia's Oil Patch Is Going Down the Drain (int'l edition)
    TABLE: Russia's Shaky Oil Industry
 In Italy, the McDonald's of Pizza? (int'l edition)

International -- Asian Business
 Will This Seoul Bureaucrat Put Himself out of a Job? (int'l edition)
 India: Bitter Words over Better Seeds (int'l edition)


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