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Mar. 22, 1999




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BUSINESS WEEK E.BIZ
Editor's Memo: Untangling the Web
What Every CEO Needs to Know about Electronic Business
   COVER IMAGE: E-Business: What Every CEO Needs to Know
   From Reengineering to E-Engineering
      GRAPHIC: The Internet Supply Chain
   Throw Out Your Old Business Model
      TABLE: Spiffing Up the Business Model
      TABLE: Go to: More Information on the Web
   ''The Buyer Always Wins''
       TABLE: Customers Rule
   You'll Wanna Hold Their Hands
      TABLE: Go to: More Information on the Web
      When E-Mail Is E-Normous
   Go Ahead, Farm Out Those Jobs
      TABLE: Getting to Net Speed
   No Web Site Is an Island
   Building Global Communities
      TABLE: How CyberSites Reinvents Commerce
   Follow the Money
      CHART: Where the Dough Went (1995-98)
   A Web That Looks Like the World
      CHART: A Wider Net
   Log On, Boss
      TABLE: You Know You Don't ''Get It'' When...
      TABLE: Go to: More Information on the Web
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: What Every Investor Needs to Know about Internet Stocks
 
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN COVER STORY
Mahathir's High-Tech Folly (int'l edition)
   ASIAN COVER IMAGE: Mahathir's High-Tech Folly
   MAP: Malaysia
   TABLE: Multinationals and the MSC
   The Casualties Lying Along the Super Corridor (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- LATIN AMERICAN COVER STORY
Brazil's Deepening Crisis (int'l edition)
   LATIN AMERICAN COVER IMAGE: Brazil: The Crisis Is Even Worse Than You Think
   CHART: Brazil's Real Is Shaky...Despite Rising Rates...
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: A Battered Brazil Is Bruising Its Neighbors
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: The Squeeze on Workers: Recession and Global Competition
 
UP FRONT
Talk Show
Suddenly, a Flood of Black Investing
   TABLE: Black Household Investment
Will the U.N. Sell a Seal of Approval?
U.S. Innovation Ain't What It Used to Be
''I'll Try the Puce Juice''
America's Optimism Bounces Back
   TABLE: Thumbs Up
A Lab Gets out of the Rat Race
Ah, Paris: Romance and...Spare Ribs?
CHART: The Urge to Merge
Footnotes
 
EDITOR'S MEMO
Taking Care of E-Business
 
READERS REPORT
The Army Wants Grads of All Stripes
Microsoft: The Demo Wasn't Rigged
There's More to Defeating Pain Than Designer Drugs
After Bottled Water, What Comes Next?
Why the Market Is Top-Heavy with Big Stocks
Even Without Delphi, GM's Sales Will Still Be Huge
 
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
''Disney's Mickey Mensa Club'' (Science & Technology, Mar. 8)
''In Business This Week,'' (Mar. 15)
 
BOOKS
How the Near East Was Won
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Oil, God, and Gold''
Russian Riddle
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Kapitalizm''
 
TECHNOLOGY & YOU
Pentium III: Enough Already?
 
ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT
Why Medicare Must Do More at the Drugstore
 
ECONOMIC TRENDS
Israel's Fringe Welfare State
Wall Street's Continental Lift
   CHART: A Cross-Atlantic Capital Flow
Russia in Wonderland
 
TALKING TECHNOLOGY
Cyberspace: Who Will Make the Rules?
 
BUSINESS OUTLOOK
U.S.: A Fine Balance Should Keep This Expansion Aloft
   CHART: Where Wage Growth Has Slowed Sharply
   CHART: The Dollar Regains Some Strength
   CHART: Consumer Credit Soared in January
Ecuador: The ''Worst Crisis in 70 Years''
   CHART: The Sucre Swoons
 
NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY
Making Antitrust Fit High Tech
   TABLE: Justice Redraws the Road Map
   Will Trustbusters Try to Force Windows Open?
E-Commerce May Be One Race Microsoft Can't Win
   TABLE: Microsoft's E-Commerce Crop
Bush's Point Man on the Economy
   TABLE: Options Under Consideration by Bush's Team
Commentary: This Banana War Is No Laughing Matter
Go East, Media Moguls
   TABLE: Putting on a Show
Who Will Be UAL's Next Pilot?
   TABLE: What United's New CEO Will Face
The Pepsi Regeneration
   CHART: Pepsi's Challenge: Catch Coke
The Olympics: Scandal? What Scandal?
Commentary: Lessons from RJR: Funny Money Then--and Now
 
IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK
Thomas Van Weelden: Allied Waste Is Hauling It In
A Tug-Of-War over Lycos
Dupont Fights for Its Life Sciences
Let Your PC Do the Phoning
Another Tax Ploy Bites the Dust
Amtrak Really Turns Up the Juice
Et Cetera...
Alcoa: Foiled Again
   CHART: Alcoa Stock Price
 
WASHINGTON OUTLOOK
Is the Fight over Bank Reform Really about Fund-Raising?
Immigrants Welcome
Satellite TV vs. Cable
Building the Chamber's Clout
 
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Sony's Shake Up
   TABLE: Job Losses at Japan Inc.
Brazil: It's Getting Worse
   CHART: Brazil's Real Is Shaky...Despite Rising Rates...
Trying to Build the Napoleon of Banks
 
INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK
Will Europe Finally Take a Scythe to Farm Subsidies?
Energy Talks
Internet Fracas
 
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
A Sweet Weapon for Fighting Disease
   TABLE: ''An Elegant and Simple Technology''
 
DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH
Prostate Cancer: Foiling a Good Gene's Evil Twin
Make Way for Robo-Cod
It's a Rocket! It's a Chopper? It's Both
   PHOTO: Artist's Rendering of the Roton
Innovations
   PHOTO: FireFlir Infrared Imaging System
 
PEOPLE
Alan Gerry's Woodstock Notion
   RESUME: Alan Gerry
 
SPORTS BUSINESS
Are Golfers Getting the Short End of the Club?
   CHART: Bottom of the Ladder
 
ECONOMICS
Does Barry Eichengreen Have a Cure For the Financial Crisis?
   TABLE: How to Fix the World Financial System
 
THE CORPORATION
Amgen Nurses Itself Back to Health
   TABLE: Drugs of the Future
   CHART: Amgen's Takeoff
 
GOVERNMENT
The Sweepstakes Biz Isn't Feeling Lucky
 
FINANCE
How Formica Got Burned Out by Buyouts
   TABLE: Tale of an Orphan
   TABLE: Life on the Block
   PHOTO: Gordon Sterling, Former Formica CEO
   PHOTO: David Schneider, Former Formica CFO
A High-Risk Lender Laid Low
   CHART: Losing Altitude
Commentary: It's a Wonderful Loophole
 
INSIDE WALL STREET
The Net Gives Schwab Its Bounce
   CHART: The Stock Price Is Dizzying, but Trading Has Zoomed, Too
This Armsmaker Is ''A Sitting Duck''
   CHART: Not Waddling Anywhere
From Israel with Knowhow
   CHART: A New Info-Tech Player
 
BITS & BYTES
Now, for Best Supporting PC...
More People Are Saying: ''I Want My DVD''
Linux Gets a User-Friendly Facelift
#$@%&! This Machine
   TABLE: Computer Rage
Bits & Bytes Contacts
 
MARKETING
Commentary: Why Drugmakers Prescribed an Ad Blitz
   CHART: Marketing Boom
 
SOCIAL ISSUES
The Mission: David Kearns's Crusade to Fix America's Schools
   RESUME: David Todd Kearns
   Commentary: School Report on Congress: ''Needs to Work Harder''
      TABLE: Congress' Broken Promises?
 
PERSONAL BUSINESS
You, Too, Can Short Stocks
   TABLE: How to Do It
   A Bullish Fund That Also Shorts
      TABLE: Montgomery Global Long-Short Fund
Tricks of the Trade for Closed-End Funds
   TABLE: Assets at a Discount
Commentary: Saving for Retirement: Don't Believe the Happy Talk
   TABLE: How Much to Retire?
 
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
It's Bigger Than Bananas
Learn E-Business--or Risk E-Limination
 
INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON VENEZUELA
As Guerrillas Make Life Difficult...A Rancher Refuses to Buckle (int'l edition)
   MAP: Venezuela
 
INTERNATIONAL -- LETTER FROM INDIA
Got a Problem? Try Some Cosmic Harmony (int'l edition)
   MAP: India
 
INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT
Info Tech: Sweden's Secret Weapon (int'l edition)
Will Germany Ever Figure Out How to Treat Aliens? (int'l edition)
Why the Japanese Market Isn't So Promising (int'l edition)
''We Would Jump for Joy If We Had Only a 50% Car Tax'' (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS
Danger: Deflation (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Where Prices Are Falling in Germany
   CHART: Inflation on the Run
Phone Giants on the Prowl (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Europe Shops American
Tough Love for Central Europe's Stepchild (int'l edition)
   CHART: Slovakia's Slowdown
The Pentagon Has a Little Transatlantic Merger List (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- FINANCE
The Napoleon of Banks (int'l edition)
Buyback Bandwagon (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Who's Buying Back Shares
Revenge of the Eurobankers (int'l edition)
   TABLE: The U.S. Is Losing in the Euro Debt Game
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EDITORIALS
How Mahathir Wrecked His Tech Dream (int'l edition)



 
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