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Apr. 5, 1999




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COVER STORY
CBS: Can Mel Karmazin Reinvent Network TV?
   COVER IMAGE: CBS: Can CEO Mel Karmazin Reinvent Network TV?
   TABLE: Mel's World
   CHART: While the Network Pulls in Big Ad Dollars...Radio Is the Big Moneymaker
   CHART: Karmazin's Regime Is Expected to Take Off...And the Stock Is Responding
   CHART: CBS Has More Eyeballs Than Any Network...But the Viewers Are Old...And Advertisers Pay More for Youth
   PHOTO: Touched by an Angel Cast
   PHOTO: Mel Karmazin, Circa 1978
   RESUME: Melvin Alan Karmazin
   Meet CBS's Mr. Hollywood
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: Q&A: From the Mouth of Mel
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: Investors: Keep an Eye on CBS MarketWatch.com
 
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN COVER STORY
Remaking Singapore Inc. (int'l edition)
   ASIAN COVER IMAGE: Remaking Singapore Inc.
   TABLE: Singapore: Big Plans...But Big Obstacles, Too
   TABLE: Singapore vs. Hong Kong
   Deputy Prime Minister Lee: Opening the Society, Slowly (extended) (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN COVER STORY
Deal Mania! (int'l edition)
   EUROPEAN COVER IMAGE: Deal Mania!
   TABLE: Takeover Fever Is Raging
   CHART: Hitting the Trillion-Dollar Mark
   Germany's Deal Doctor (int'l edition)
   Italy's Matchmaker (int'l edition)
      PHOTO: Lehman Brothers' Ruggiero Magnoni
   Sweden's Driving Force (int'l edition)
   Commentary: Italy Breaks the Old Mold (int'l edition)
   Commentary: Germany: Get Friendly with Hostile Takeovers (int'l edition)
 
SPECIAL REPORT
Privacy
   TABLE: The Price of Privacy: Your Money
   TABLE: The Price of Privacy: Your Health
   TABLE: The Price of Privacy: Your Family
   TABLE: How the Internet Got Your Number
 
UP FRONT
Talk Show
Color Boeing Red-Faced
   PHOTO: Boeing Sea Launch
Taking Your Road Show Online
Trimming Red Tape on Student Loans
Now Nokia Is Net Crazy
Coming Soon: Son of PlayStation
   PHOTO: Sony Pocket Station
Debugging Your Portfolio
How Ontario Hooks Yankee Anglers
CHART: The Poverty Market
Footnotes
 
EDITOR'S MEMO
Proud and Honored
 
READERS REPORT
Don't Dis 3M's Plan to Rev Up Growth
EMC Has Some Other Hungry Rivals
Net Lovers Want More Speed
Malaysia Knows Its Way Around High Tech
In Internet Trading, Advice Is Missing
Should the Fed Wait on Y2K?
Dollarizing Is Bad for Local Morale
 
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
''The tremors from online trading in Europe'' (International Business, Mar. 15)
''3M: The heat is on the boss'' (Management, Mar. 15)
''Unequal pay strikes out'' (Economic Trends, Mar. 29)
 
BOOKS
Chairman Bill's Guide to the E-Business Age
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Business @ the Speed of Thought''
The Business Week Best-Seller List
 
TECHNOLOGY & YOU
A Big Boost for Net Privacy
Mouseless Laptop
   PHOTO: Fujitsu B112
Phenomenal
 
ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT
Global Accounting Rules? Not So Fast
 
ECONOMIC TRENDS
Holding Stock--and the Reins
   CHART: The Striking Shift in Corporate Ownership
A Rising House of Cards?
   CHART: Credit-Card Debt Leaps Higher
School Funding: Reforms Add Up
 
TALKING TECHNOLOGY
How to Survive the Cyber-Revolution
 
BUSINESS OUTLOOK
U.S.: The World's Pain Is America's Gain
   CHART: America's Safety Valve
   CHART: Where U.S. Exports Have Hit the Skids
   CHART: Oil Prices Rise on Talk of Output Cuts
Israel: Growth Slows to a Creep
   CHART: Falling Prices Allow for More Rate Cuts
 
NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY
Cable Rushes the Net
   TABLE: The Big Cable Guys
   Putting More TV on the PC
      CHART: Tuning In
How Long Can Lycos Live in Limbo?
   CHART: Flying and Falling on Deal Buzz
emachines: Fast, Cheap, and Ahead of the Pack
   How Low Can PC Makers Go?
      TABLE: Cheaper Stocks, Too
Commentary: Lower Taxes? Oh, No Thanks
   CHART: Less of a Burden
Small Airlines: Straightened Up and Flying Right
   TABLE: Fledglings May Be Finding Their Niche
   Making a Federal Case out of Flight Delays
A Fresh Chauffeur for Ford's Luxury Cars
   CHART: Riding in Style
   PHOTO: Jaguar S-Type
 
IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK
William Harrison Jr.: The Chase Is Off
Raising a Beef with the EU
IBM: Bullets to the Enemy?
Ameritech Bags a Canadian Bounty
Microsoft Makes Nice
Will the Real Tinky Winky...
Et Cetera...
PathoGenesis' Downward Path
   CHART: PathoGenesis' Stock Price
 
WASHINGTON OUTLOOK
Campaign-Finance Reform: Can Business Break the Logjam?
A Pepperoni President?
Wild Blue Yonder
Knock, Knock
 
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Deal Mania!
   TABLE: Takeover Fever Is Raging
   Italy's Matchmaker
      PHOTO: Lehman Brothers' Ruggiero Magnoni
   Commentary: Italy Breaks the Old Mold
Softbank's Cyber Keiretsu
   TABLE: Web of Investments
 
INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK
The Risky Line That NATO Has Crossed
 
THE CORPORATION
Has Corning Won Its High-Tech Bet?
   CHART: Corning Bounces Back
   CHART: Despite Plunging Fiber Prices...Corning Increased Product Research...And Is Expected to Boost Earnings
   PHOTO: Corning Spools of Optical Fiber
   Looking to Lose Just a Few More Pounds...
      CHART: Corning, Then and Now
 
FINANCE
The Market: Too High? Too Low?
   TABLE: Four Ways of Valuing the Market
Lenders Living Alone and Liking It
   TABLE: Survival Strategies
Commentary: Thank '80s Greed for '90s Growth
 
INSIDE WALL STREET
In Search of a Comfort Zone
   CHART: Will Its Stock Heat Up?
Telescan Tracks a Big Trade
   CHART: A Boost from Online Trading
Monitoring Polymedica
   CHART: No Explanation for a Big Drop
 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
The 800-Pound Gorilla of E-Commerce?
   TABLE: Sun and AOL: The Net's New Duo
Netscapees Storm the Valley
   TABLE: Netscape: The Next Generation
 
BITS & BYTES
Big Blue Chases Spring Break Beach Bunnies
The Business Card of the Future
Ten-Percenters of the Game Biz
E-Stickers Grab the Sesame Street Set
   PHOTO: Sticker World Web Site
 
DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH
How to Spin Wood out of Straw
Inspected by Fruit Fly No. 135
Desperately Seeking Faster Supercomputers
The Focus Shifts to Atom Lasers
Developments to Watch Contacts
 
PEOPLE
Mr. Clean Scrubs Up the Olympic Games
   RESUME: Mitt Romney
 
PERSONAL BUSINESS
Second-Tier B-Schools: Worth a Second Look
   TABLE: What the Runner-Up Business Schools Have to Offer
Welcome to the World of MBA.com
   TABLE: MBA Resources
A New Leader in the Bond Derby?
   TABLE: The Case for TIPS
 
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
Deregulation Is Great, But...
The Backlash from E-Snooping
 
INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON PERU
A Face-Lift Has Lima's Center Shining...But Politics Is Getting in the Way (int'l edition)
   MAP: Peru
 
INTERNATIONAL -- LETTER FROM JORDAN
Making a Play for Christian Pilgrims (int'l edition)
   MAP: Israel and Jordan
 
INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT
Malaysia Knows Its Way Around High Tech (int'l edition)
Must Japan Adopt the Western Model? (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS
Softbank's Cyber Keiretsu (int'l edition)
   TABLE: The Softbank Internet Portfolio
India's Uncivil Servant (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS
Nokia Is Shopping for a New Number (int'l edition)
   PHOTO: Nokia 7110 Cell Phone
Commentary: Remake the EC from the Top Down (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- FINANCE
The Debt That's Dragging Nissan Downhill (int'l edition)
   CHART: Nissan's High Tab
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EDITORIALS
Singapore Must Change to Grow (int'l edition)



 
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