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June 7, 1999




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COVER STORY
Citigroup: Is This Marriage Working?
   COVER IMAGE: Citigroup: Is This Marriage Working?
   TABLE: How Reed Thinks Citigroup Is Doing
   CHART: The Synthetic Citigroup
   TABLE: Weill's Management Rules
   CHART: The New Citi: How the Numbers Shape Up
   Weill: ''I Have No Problem Being a Partner with John''
   Reed: ''The Culture Will Take Care of Itself''
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: A Financial Powerhouse -- But for Your Portfolio?
 
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN COVER STORY
Indonesia's Elections: A New Beginning? (int'l edition)
   ASIAN COVER IMAGE: Indonesia's Elections: A New Beginning?
   CHART: The Economy Is Bottoming Out...
   GRAPHIC: Partial Democracy
   How James Riady Makes Himself Indispensable (int'l edition)
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: Riady: ''Lippo Is Not Like the Stereotype'' (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN COVER STORY
The Race to Wire Europe (int'l edition)
   EUROPEAN COVER IMAGE: The Race to Wire Europe
   TABLE: A Bevy of Contenders in Europe's High-Stakes Race
   Can Deutsche Telekom Pick Up the Pieces? (int'l edition)
   Next Job: Make it Work (int'l edition)
      Roberto Colaninno on Telecom Italia's Future (int'l edition)
 
ANNUAL DESIGN AWARDS
The Best Product Designs of 1999
   PHOTO: IBM ThinkPad 600
   PHOTO: Hewlett-Packard LaserJet 1100
   PHOTO: IBM Flat Panel Monitor
   PHOTO: Polaroid PopShots
   TABLE: Winners for 1999...
   TABLE: ...And over the Past 5 Years
Downloaded Any Good Books Lately?
   PHOTO: Rocket eBook
   PHOTO: SoftBook
   PHOTO: IBM Electronic Newspaper
A Camera That's Easy to Smile At
The Sweetest Apples in Ages
   PHOTO: iMacs
On Beyond ''Born to Raise Hell''
   PHOTO: BMW R 1200 C Motorcycle
Not Just Another Pretty Watch
The Wonderful World of Color
   PHOTO: OXO Good Grips Salad Spinner
   PHOTO: Holmes Tropicool Personal Fan
   PHOTO: True Temper Gather & Go Rake
   PHOTO: Michael Graves Target Toaster
Nissan Comes Up with a SUT for Sore Eyes
   PHOTO: Nissan Sport Utility Truck
The Future According to Samsung
   PHOTO: Digital Music Performance
   PHOTO: AC/DC Portable Microwave Oven
   PHOTO: Voice-Egg
A Shape-Shifter in the Office
   PHOTO: Haworth Escale Desk System
1999 IDEA Winners
 
UP FRONT
Talk Show
Princeton Rules
A Settlement Built Ford Tough?
Air Force One: Training Jet
Internet Futures Will Hit the Pits
   CHART: A Bumpy Ride
Andy Grove: Kosovo on His Mind
Banking on Singapore
Send Your Hair to an Alien. $50
CHART: Where's the Cash?
Footnotes
 
READERS REPORT
Behind Low Payroll Costs: Cheap Female Labor
How the House GOP Is Going to Get Whipped
Top CEOs May Not Want a Point-and-Click Job Search
Global Warming Won't Just Cool the Economy
The Minimum Wage Should Include Health Care
The Community Reinvestment Act Deserves a Fair Shake
 
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
''Corporate America's profit surprise'' (Corporate Scoreboard, May 17)
''More on Mike Milken, then and now'' (Readers Report, May 31)
''Heavy (equipment) hitter'' (In Business This Week, May 31)
 
TECHNOLOGY & YOU
Office 2000: Too Much Renovation
   TABLE: Three Flavors of Office 2000
Picture-Perfect Scans
Help Desk
Web Destinations
 
LETTER FROM SYDNEY
Just About Ready for the Games to Begin
   Map: Sydney
 
BOOKS
The Power of Cosmic Thinking
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Management Challenges for the 21st Century''
Plus Ca Change
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Turn of the Century''
It's Showtime
   PHOTO: Cover, ''The Experience Economy''
The Business Week Best-Seller List
 
ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT
A Look at Larry Summers--from Taxes to Haircuts
 
ECONOMIC TRENDS
Immigrants' Economic Woes
   CHART: Poverty Grows Among the Foreign-Born
Are Windfalls Spent or Saved?
The Skinny on Pension Plans
   CHART: Buyers and Sellers in the Market
 
BUSINESS OUTLOOK
U.S.: Will the Trade Gap Spoil the Fun?
   CHART: Trade: Another Month, Another Record Gap
   CHART: Confidence is Rebounding Strongly
   CHART: The Budget Is on Track for Another Surplus
South Korea: Steps toward Recovery--and Reform
   CHART: The Economy Shows Surprising Strength
 
NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY
The New China Syndrome
   TABLE: A Who's Who
Who Do You Want to Buy Today?
   TABLE: Microsoft's Spending Spree
Lincoln Mercury: Rich Brand, Poor Brand
   CHART: Lincoln Rides a Truck Boom...While Mercury Rolls Downhill
   How Jaguar Stopped Being a Punch Line
      TABLE: Ford Made Quality Job 1 at Jaguar By...
Commentary: Imperiled Monarchs Alter the Biotech Landscape
   TABLE: Altered Crops Take Farming by Storm
Will Build to Suit...Eventually
   CHART: It Takes Longer to Build a House
Commentary: The Slip-Up That's Slanting the Trade Deficit
A Different Cola War
Commentary: Another Ruined Season That Wasn't
 
IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK
Anakin Skywalker: Star Wanes
One More Union for First Union?
Food Tests Aren't Going Down Easily
An E-Media Brawl in the Making
This Cable Tycoon Can't Stop Buying
A Failing Grade for Grade
Et Cetera...
Avis' Car Wreck
   CHART: Avis Rent A Car Stock Price
 
WASHINGTON OUTLOOK
Is Al Gore Starting to Find His Sea Legs?
Internet Merger Chill?
Try, Try Again
Rural Ruckus
 
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
The Race to Wire Europe
   Colaninno Looks into the Future
Big Chance for a Battered Giant
   CHART: The Economy Is Bottoming Out...
 
INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK
Will China-Bashers in Congress Shower Taiwan with Arms?
Hungarian Misstep
Brazilian Scandal
 
MARKETING
Sergio Zyman: I'd Like to Teach the World to Sell
   TABLE: Zyman Says...
 
LEGAL AFFAIRS
Forest Labs: From a Raw Deal to a Winning Hand
   TABLE: The Route to Victory
 
MANAGEMENT
Commentary: How to Keep Rising Stars from Straying
 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Closed, Gone to the Net
 
FINANCE
Exploiting Uncertainty
   TABLE: The New Math in Action
   TABLE: Who Has Opted for Real Options--And Why
   Options, Options, Everywhere
 
SOCIAL ISSUES
Commentary: The Fence Is Getting Uncomfortable for Bush
   TABLE: A Fine Line
 
DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH
Can Bees Take the Sting out of Land Mines?
Buckle Up: A Fusion Engine Is in the Works
   PHOTO: Artist's Rendering of a Fusion-Powered Space Vehicle
Cell-Size Test Tubes for Biochemistry
A Road with a Built-in Scale
Developments to Watch Contacts
 
BUSINESSWEEK LIFESTYLE
The Jukebox on the Net
   TABLE: Snaring Music on the Web
   TABLE: Top Freebies at mp3.com
Photo Finish: How the ''Filmless'' Cameras Stack Up
   TABLE: Digital Cameras
   TABLE: The New Digitals
   PHOTO: Sony Digital Photo Frame
Popcorn Not Included
   TABLE: Gear for Gamers
   PHOTO: Sega Dreamcast Console
   PHOTO: Sega's Sonic Adventure
Take Me Out to the Web Site
   TABLE: Major League Sites
 
BUSINESSWEEK INVESTOR
It's 10 p.m. Time to Start Trading
   TABLE: Stocks after Dark
Commentary: It's Time to Shed Light on Bond Prices
   TABLE: Making the Bond Market Fairer
 
BUSINESSWEEK INVESTOR -- THE BARKER PORTFOLIO
Should You Dump Delphi?
   TABLE: Delphi: A Bargain in Auto Parts
   CHART: GM Is Cooling
   CHART: Delphi Is Heating Up
 
BUSINESSWEEK INVESTOR -- INSIDE WALL STREET
Banks to Bet On
   CHART: Still Undervalued
New Spring at Leggett & Platt
   CHART: Firing on All Cylinders
Why Lightbridge Could Light Up
   CHART: A Strong Recent Rebound
 
FIGURES OF THE WEEK
Figures of the Week
   CHART: Production Index
   HISTORICAL DATA: BW Production Index Back to 1992
   CHART: Mutual Funds
   CHART: S&P 500
The Week Ahead
 
BUSINESS WEEK INDEX
Business Week Index
 
EDITORIALS
Keep the Cox Report in Perspective
Europe Goes on Internet Time
 
INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON IRAN
Carpet Merchants Need Some Magic...While Oilmen Come Rushing In (int'l edition)
   MAP: Iran
 
INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT
Never Mind the Lawsuit--Who's Debugging Windows? (int'l edition)
Let's Hope AT&T's Customers Want What It's Offering (int'l edition)
Behind Those Low Figures: Trickery? (int'l edition)
''Americans Need to Stand Up for Themselves'' (int'l edition)
Global Warming Won't Just Cool the Economy (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS
Guangdong's Nasty Haircut (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Saving Guangdong Enterprises
Does Korea's Recovery Have Legs? (int'l edition)
   A Fund Draped in the Flag (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS
The European Parliament Puts Up Its Dukes (int'l edition)
   TABLE: How the New Parliament May Push Its Agenda
A Russian Tycoon Who's Actually Doing Things Right (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Fridman's Growing Empire
 
INTERNATIONAL -- LATIN AMERICA
Commentary: Argentina: The Peso Isn't the Real Problem (int'l edition)



 
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