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May 10, 1999




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COVER STORY
The Reincarnation of Mike Milken
   COVER IMAGE: The Reincarnation of Mike Milken
   TABLE: A Milken Primer
   PHOTO: Milken at a CaP CURE Meeting, 1993
   TABLE: The Dealmaker Is Back
   PHOTO: Milken with Nobel Laureates, March, 1999
   Money Floods in to Fight a Killer
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: Education Stocks 101
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN COVER STORY
The Cartoon King (int'l edition)
   EUROPEAN COVER IMAGE: The Cartoon King
   CHART: To the Moon
   PHOTO: EM.TV's Rainbow Fish Character
   TABLE: Making of an Entrepreneur
 
UP FRONT
Talk Show
Enough Spin-Offs to Make You Dizzy
   TABLE: Prizes on the Block
Goldman's Rainbow IPO
And Now Buffalo Subsidies
TABLE: Where Americans Are Moving
Here's a First for the SEC
Killer Cheese Stalks the French
Russia's New American Friend
   PHOTO: Holographic Tax Stamp for Russian Liquor Bottles
CHART: What Are Your Employees Looking at Online?
Footnotes
 
READERS REPORT
Executive Stock Options: What's Appropriate?
New Mexico Is Holding Its Schools Hostage
Nordstrom Has a Promise to Make Good On
Alberto's New Leader Learned from the Master
Don't Wedge the Pentagon Between Today and Tomorrow
Let's Throw Out the Computer Snoops
 
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
''A wiser bull?'' (Cover Story, May 3)
''e.spire: A direct link to the Net'' (Inside Wall Street, Apr. 19)
 
TECHNOLOGY & YOU
IBM's No-Hassle Travel Buddy
   TABLE: IBM's Svelte ThinkPad 570
   PHOTO: IBM ThinkPad 570 with UltraBase
Network Workhorse
   PHOTO: Tektronix Phaser 840 Color Printer
Help Desk
Web Destinations
 
BOOKS
Now It's Joseph Jett's Turn
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Black and White on Wall Street''
Deft Strokes
   PHOTO: Cover, ''A Golfer's Life''
Lucky Catch
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Away Games''
The Business Week Best-Seller List
 
LETTER FROM GUATEMALA
These Soldiers Come to Heal Wounds
   MAP: Guatemala
   PHOTO: U.S. Army Reservists Building a School
   PHOTO: U.S. Army Veterinarian Inoculating a Horse
 
ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT
Labor Peace Is in the Air at Boeing
 
ECONOMIC TRENDS
High Tech Hits an Air Pocket
   CHART: U.S. Computer Output Has Slowed Sharply
Social Security Is Aptly Named
   CHART: The Biggest Safety Net of All
Why the S&P 500 Does So Well
 
BUSINESS OUTLOOK
U.S.: Manufacturing Is Finally Ready to Get Up Off the Floor
   CHART: The Trend in Factory Orders Has Turned Up
   CHART: Household Optimism Comes Roaring Back
   CHART: Manufacturing Capacity Growth Is Slowing
Peru: Will Good Behavior Pay Off?
   CHART: 1999 Economic Growth Is Set to Pick Up
 
NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY
The Net-Phone-TV-Cable Monster
   TABLE: Shaking Up the Industry
   AOL Eyes a Hot New Medium: Radio
Commentary: Rubin's Tinkering May Avert Future Meltdowns
This Y2K Bug Is Already Loose
   CHART: A Two-Quarter Dip
   Chipmakers: At Last, an Upturn
      CHART: Chip Revenues Have Stopped Shrinking
Though Oil Prices Rise, There's No Rush to Drill
   CHART: Oil Companies Are Still Cutting Back
Itching to Get out of Public School
   TABLE: How the Children's Scholarship Fund Works
Commentary: For All That Tobacco Money, Don't Stint on the Smoking War
Does Triarc's Top Brass Have a Secret Plan?
   CHART: As Triarc Stock Drops, May and Peltz Boost Their Stake
 
IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK
Ken Chenault: Well, That Was Fast
A Sudden Chill at McKesson
Gulping Down Some Very Rich Coffee
Motorola Gets in Step with Sprint
Jackpot Time in Vegas
The Net Is Where the Kids Are
Et Cetera...
Priceline.com: Beam It Up
   CHART: Priceline.com Stock Price
 
WASHINGTON OUTLOOK
Gun Control: Even After Littleton, the NRA Will Keep It at Bay
Fund-Raising Dos and Don'ts
Pentagon Pork
A New Campaign-Finance Idea
 
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Kosovo's Fallout
   TABLE: The Cost of War in Europe
Pulling Brazil Back from the Brink
   TABLE: Four Months in the Life of a Currency
   CHART: The Real's Wild Ride
How the Tables Have Turned in Tokyo
   TABLE: Warming to Foreign Money
 
INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK
Can Mandela's Man Make the Dream a Reality?
Palestine State May Wait
U.S. Nears Decision on Iran Oil
 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Jim Barksdale, Internet Angel
   RESUME: James Love Barksdale
 
DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH
Making Micromachines on the Cheap
   PHOTO: Efab 12-Layer Chain for Microdevices
Your Lawn Is Killing the Planet
It Weighs Nothing, but This Gel's No Lightweight
Deja Vu Worth a Second Look
Developments to Watch Contacts
 
GOVERNMENT
Commentary: A Simple Plan for Simpler Tax Returns
 
THE CORPORATION
Will Rockwell Find Some Roots?
   TABLE: The Rockwell Files
   How Milwaukee Landed a Big One
 
LEGAL AFFAIRS
Commentary: The Net: How to Head Off Big-Time Regulation
   TABLE: Giving Citizens a Voice
 
SPORTS BUSINESS
Peter Angelos: The Toughest Bird in Baltimore
   TABLE: Not Just the Orioles
 
FINANCE
Finance on the Net
   TABLE: The New Internet Investment Banks
   TABLE: The New Internet Commercial Banks
Commentary: Don't Hold Bank Reform Hostage
So Who Needs Cyclicals?
   TABLE: Albers' Top Stocks
 
INSIDE WALL STREET
Get a Lift on These Carriers
   GRAPHIC: Top Transport Bets
Bowne Is Looking Juicier
   CHART: Waking Up to Net Prospects
Fair Weather Ahead at Fairfield?
   CHART: Prices Hover at a Modest Level
 
MANAGEMENT
What's Dragging Down A.T. Kearney?
   TABLE: Consultant, Heal Thyself
 
PERSONAL BUSINESS
A Search for Stock Answers
   TABLE: Where to Get Financial Smarts
Doing Good--and Beating the S&P
   TABLE: IPS Millennium Fund
   PHOTO: IPS Millennium Fund's Robert Loest
Checking Out the Corner Cyberstore
   TABLE: Your Digital Shopping Cart
Bikes for Achy Boomers
   PHOTO: GT's Mechanical Gear Changer
   PHOTO: Shimano Auto-D Electronic System
   Saddles That Go Beyond Comfort
      TABLE: The Bottom Line
      PHOTO: Specialized Body Geometry Bicycle Seat
      PHOTO: Terry Men's Liberator Bicycle Seat
Socially Phobic? Now There's Hope
   TABLE: Beyond Shyness
The Healing Warmth of Tuscan Waters
   TABLE: Sampling the Hot Springs
A Calmer, Saner Way to Stay Fit
   TABLE: The Workout
 
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
What Vouchers Can--and Can't--Solve
 
INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON ITALY
The Stones Are Crying in Carrara...But Its Artists Keep on Carving (int'l edition)
   MAP: Italy
 
INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT
European CEOs Should Be Careful What They Wish For (int'l edition)
Don't Judge Management by Stock Performance (int'l edition)
Japanese Working Women Owe Nothing to the U.S. (int'l edition)
Would-Be World Traders Need to Be World Travelers (int'l edition)
What Could Be Better Than Basic Research? (int'l edition)
New Hope for Civil Servants (int'l edition)
Bananas Are the Caribbean's Bread and Butter (int'l edition)
Gene-Altered Plants Will Breed New Problems (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS
Stormy Passage for Asian Airlines (int'l edition)
   TABLE: How They Are Tightening Their Belts
   Kim to KAL: Straighten Up and Fly Right (int'l edition)
Japanese Labor Asks for Little--and Gets It (int'l edition)
   CHART: Japan's Rising Unemployment
SmarTone: Dial Up, Log on, Cash in (int'l edition)
   CHART: Rising Smartly
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS
A Lot of Static at Ericsson (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Blueprint for a Turnaround
   PHOTO: Ericsson T-28 Cell Phone
 
INTERNATIONAL -- FINANCE
In Brazil, a High-Stakes Game of Chicken with Detroit (int'l edition)
Mexico's Spicy Market Isn't Overheating Yet (int'l edition)
   CHART: Booming Shares
Enough Euro Spin-Offs to Make You Dizzy (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Putting the Prizes on the Block
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EDITORIALS
Kosovo Hobbles the New Europe (int'l edition)
Rubin Comes Through (int'l edition)



 
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