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Mar. 8, 1999




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COVER STORY
Beyond the PC
   COVER IMAGE: Beyond the PC
   CHART: Info Appliances Will Outnumber Home PCs
   TABLE: The New Post-PC Products
   TABLE: The Scramble for the Killer Information Appliance
   Trailblazers: The Visionary
   Trailblazers: The Company Man
   Trailblazers: The Entrepreneur
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: What "Beyond the PC" Means for PC Makers
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: Can New Facets Make Diamond's Stock Shine Again?
 
EUROPEAN COVER STORY
Raiders at the Gate (int'l edition)
   EUROPEAN COVER IMAGE: Raiders at the Gate
   TABLE: Behind Europe's Biggest Takeover Battle
   TABLE: Snapshot of the Deal
   Master of the Euro Universe?
 
UP FRONT
Talk Show
Intel: Darling of the Judges?
Computers with Sharp Ears
Mario Andretti: Celebrity Can Really Be a Gas
TABLE: Wrong Place, Wrong Time
''Bellman, Show the Man to His Doctor''
Cyber-Grapes of Wrath
Before You Chuck That Laptop...
CHART: Rose-Colored Earnings
Footnotes
 
READERS REPORT
The Greenberg Brothers: A Response from AIG
Managers Mitigate Risks. They Don't Court Them
To Be Young, Insulted, and Misrepresented
 
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
Senator Susan Collins In Up Front (Feb. 15)
In ''Generation Y'' (Cover Story, Feb. 15)
''How Vodafone aims to rule the wireless world'' (International Business, Jan. 25)
 
BOOKS
Don't Look for Dell's Secrets Here
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Direct From Dell''
The Business Week Best-Seller List
 
TECHNOLOGY & YOU
Give These Palms a Big Hand
   TABLE: What's New in the Palm V
   PHOTO: 3Com's Palm V
 
ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT
This Is a Tax Cut Whose Time Hasn't Come
 
ECONOMIC TRENDS
Too Much Air in the Dow?
   CHART: How Long Can the Dow Stay So Pricey?
A Taste for Gucci and Foie Gras
Matilda Is Really Waltzing
   CHART: Australia's Surging Economy
 
DIGITAL DISPATCH
A Surfing Safari for Seniors
   TABLE: Pointers
 
BUSINESS OUTLOOK
U.S.: Chairman Greenspan's Cautionary Tale
   CHART: Imports' Curb on Inflation May Be Over
   CHART: Households' Rosy Economic Reading
   CHART: Where the Trade Gap Is the Largest
Italy: Driving Down the Deficit, Poco a Poco
   CHART: Weaker-Than-Expected December Output
 
NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY
Rubin to Europe: Grow, Team, Grow
   TABLE: Prescription for Growth
Commentary: Rivers of Cash Won't Swamp the Economy
   CHART: The Soaring Money Supply
Europe's ''Buy American'' Policy
   TABLE: Top Transatlantic Deals in 1999
An Ironclad Deal with GM
   CHART: How Steel Prices Have Corroded
Bumps in GM's New Labor Road
Commentary: Nissan? Drive Carefully, Mr. Schrempp
Bill Gross: ''They Thought We Were Crazy''
   TABLE: The Gross Net
A Real Shot in the Arm for a Virtual Pharmacy
   TABLE: Drugstore.com Vital Statistics
Eli Broad: Prince of L.A.
Commentary: The Redskins Deal: Is the NFL Playing Fair?
 
IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK
Robert D. Haas: Jean Therapy
Annunziata Hangs Up on AT&T
Barnes & Noble vs. Barnes & Noble
A Graveyard Shift for the NYSE?
Reel.com May Get Its Big Break
Rite Aid Has a Debt Hangover
Et Cetera...
United Airlines' Nosedive
   CHART: America West Stock Price
 
WASHINGTON OUTLOOK
Is the Independent Counsel Really History?
   TABLE: Still Investigating
A Money Tree for Bush
Whoops!
''Not China'' Syndrome
 
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Finally, Fresh Faces at Japan Inc.
   TABLE: Falling on Their Swords
Commentary: Memo to Europe's CEOs: Try Listing on Wall Street
 
INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK
Germany: Schroder Is Scrambling Back to the Center
Irked Allies
Kim Delivers
 
MEDIA
Blockbuster Finally Gets It Right
   TABLE: Viacom's Debtbuster Strategy
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: Hollywood Video: The Challenger Blockbuster Can't Shake
 
GOVERNMENT
Reading, Writing, and George W. Bush
   TABLE: Why Juan Is Doing Better
 
PEOPLE
The Man Who Saved Ferrari
   RESUME: Luca Cordero di Montezemolo
   PHOTO: Ferrari 360 Modena
   PHOTO: Ferrari Bathrobe
 
THE CORPORATION
Can Bob Lutz Recharge Exide?
   RESUME: Robert A. Lutz
   A Battery of Old Pros
 
ECONOMICS
Pushing the Military Pay Envelope
   TABLE: How to Get More Recruits and Keep Them
 
FINANCE
How Real Is That E-Broker?
   CHART: The Wild Ride in Two Internet Wannabes
It Sure Looks Like Insider Trading
   CHART: The Days before the Announced Takeovers
The Hedgers Played Hardball
 
INSIDE WALL STREET
Why AOL Keeps on Climbing
   CHART: Firing on All Cylinders
Will Motorola Speak to NetSpeak?
   CHART: Rebounding from a Slump
In High Gear at Noble
   CHART: Fast Pickup
 
BITS & BYTES
Soon, Your Fingers Will Get You in the Door
Online Radio: A Sleeping Giant of a Market?
   TABLE: Online Radio Hits the High Notes
Go Out and Create a Memory Hog
An Online Tax Freebie from Quicken
Bits & Bytes Contacts
 
INDUSTRIES
Unilever, Procter & Gamble...And Kao?
   CHART: Kao Forges On
 
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Disney's Mickey Mensa Club
   TABLE: The Brain Trust at Disney
 
DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH
Making Light Work of Photons
How to Get Bugs out of Kids' Ears
Nuggets of Data from Taped Phone Calls
Innovations
Developments to Watch Contacts
 
PERSONAL BUSINESS
Keeping Memory Lane Unclogged
   TABLE: Ways to Avoid Brain Drain
Donating Your Car? Don't Be Duped
   TABLE: When Giving to Charity...
New Funds with Old Pros
   TABLE: No-Load Babies
A Five-Star Fund Rides the Net
   TABLE: Dresdner RCM Global Technology Fund
   PHOTO: Huachen Chen
   PHOTO: Walter Price
 
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 Rich Deserve a Tax Break, Too
Long Live the Productivity Revolution
 
INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON DUBAI
The Russian Crunch Has Dubai Crying...But the Mob Is Still Moving Goods (int'l edition)
   MAP: Dubai
 
INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT
Asia Will Rise Again--If Only by Selling Assets (int'l edition)
A Little Bit Better Than the Average Fund (int'l edition)
Use the Surplus to Improve the Schools (int'l edition)
Let's Get Rid of Social Security (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
''Fire and Ice at the NHL'' (Sports Business, Feb. 15) (int'l edition)
''The Atlantic Century'' (Cover Story, Feb. 8) (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS
Fetch Me a Westerner (int'l edition)
   TABLE: How Advisers Are Reshaping Asia (int'l edition)
At Last, New Blood at Japan Inc. (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Falling on Their Swords (int'l edition)
   PHOTO: Takashi Kitaoka, Former Mitsubishi Electric CEO
   PHOTO: Hisashi Kaneko, Former NEC CEO
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS
GM's Mr. Fixit Really Has His Hands Full (int'l edition)
   RESUME: Bob Hendry (int'l edition)
Could He Be Russia's Next President? (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- FINANCE
The Shoving Match over Rates (int'l edition)
   CHART: The ECB's German Problem
   Europe Isn't ''Using Its Potential'' (int'l edition)
In Indonesia a Banking Rescue--or Bungle? (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Jakarta's Game Plan (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EDITORIALS
The Healing Powers of Restructuring (int'l edition)



 
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