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July 12, 1999




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COVER STORY
Gene Therapy: One Family's Story
   COVER IMAGE: Gene Therapy
   GRAPHIC: Fixing a Gene
   TABLE: The Gene Therapist's Toolbox
   TABLE: Genetic Haves and Have-Nots?
   Growing Arteries
   On the Cutting Edge
   Gene-Therapy Companies Catch Their Breath
      TABLE: Who's Fighting What
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: This Fund Makes Biotech Bets a Bit Less Risky
 
INTERNATIONAL -- INT'L COVER STORY
The Global 1000 (int'l edition)
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UP FRONT
Talk Show
Is Merrill Guilty of ''Schwabizing''?
Why Satellite Deals May Not Fly
Cross-Dressing, Def Con-Style
A Great Leap Forward into Debt
A New Center of the Filmmaking Universe
In Florida, Nice Tips for the Maid
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CHART: Who's Driving E-Commerce
Footnotes
 
READERS REPORT
The ''Dial Tone'' of the Internet
When Should Net Commerce Get Whacked by Taxes?
The Hidden Costs of Gambling
Temporary Employees and Workplace Ethics
Who's Snooping on Whom?
Why China Belongs in the WTO
 
BOOKS
Microsoft As Devil--and Angel
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Netscape Time''
   PHOTO: Cover, ''How the Web Was Won''
 
TECHNOLOGY & YOU
Watch Yourself, Microsoft. Here Comes Linux
Can It Putt?
   PHOTO: 3Wedge's ultraCaddie Palm Software
Travelin' Norton
 
ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT
My Luncheon with Bono
 
ECONOMIC TRENDS
Debating the New Economy
   CHART: Productivity: Guess Where the Action Is?
Job Growth, Canadian-Style
   CHART: Two Paths to Employment Gains
Foreign Aid's False Promises
 
DIGITAL DISPATCH
The Dark Side of Silicon Valley's Wealth
   TABLE: Web Pointers
   TABLE: Do You Have Dot.com Fever?
 
BUSINESS OUTLOOK
U.S.: The Fed Moves, the Market Grooves
   CHART: The Fed Taps on the Brakes
   CHART: Recovering from the Jitters
   CHART: Consumers Continue to Spend Their Savings
Japan: Hot Growth Was Only a Mirage
   CHART: Manufacturing Remains Troubled
 
NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY
Commentary: Handling the Hot-Rod Economy
   TABLE: A Handy Guide to New-Economy Policy
What Do You Do with a Cool Trillion?
   TABLE: Trillion-Dollar Dreams
   CHART: The Growing Surplus
Clinton: ''I Do Believe in the New Economy'' (extended)
The Tundra Is Hot, but Detroit Stays Cool
   TABLE: How Toyota Stacks Up
   PHOTO: 2000 Toyota Tundra
Is Compaq's Board Too Strong for Its Own Good?
   CMGI Gets AltaVista--And a New Strategy
CNET Goes for Broke
Intel Is Taking No Prisoners
   TABLE: Intel Puts On the Squeeze
Fenway vs. the Other Green Monster
Pearson's Wily Dealmaker
Commentary: Class Actions: Fine-Tune the Law, Don't Trash It
   TABLE: Keeping Companies on Their Toes
 
IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK
Frank Newman: No Miracle Man
SBC-Ameritech Gets a Boost
Want to Bank at Wal-Mart?
A Broken Dream for Dreamworks
The SEC Stands the NYSE in the Corner
One Less Thing to Fear From Y2K
Et Cetera...
Williams-Sonoma: Coffee Clutch?
   CHART: Williams-Sonoma Stock Price
 
MEDIA
Rupert Does the Cyberhustle
   TABLE: Rupert.com
 
MARKETING
Sports-Shoe Makers Are Running As Fast As They Can
   TABLE: Then...And Now
   CHART: Sneakers Lose Steam
   Meanwhile, There's No Joy in Mallville
 
SOCIAL ISSUES
Jesse's New Target: Silicon Valley
   TABLE: How White Is My Valley
 
FINANCE
A Brisk Market in Insurance Risk
   TABLE: Who's Using the New Securities
   TABLE: How Toyota Took the Risk out of Auto Leasing
Commentary: Why It's So Easy to Scam Small Insurers
Merrill Is Bullish on Paper Clips
Commentary: A Slap on Bear Stearns' Paw
Commentary: E-Bonds Level the Trading Field
 
BITS & BYTES
Retirement Advice with a Nobel Touch
The Site That's Greasing Palms to Pull in Surfers
How Huge Is the Payoff from Info Tech?
An Untethered Mouse at an Affordable Price
   PHOTO: Logitech Cordless Mouse
Bits & Bytes Contacts
 
DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH
Computerized Eyes to Read Fuzzy MRIs
High Tech from the Hive
A Micropump with Bubble Power
Innovations
Developments to Watch Contacts
 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
A Hard Sell Online? Guess Again
   TABLE: Now for Sale on the Net: Art, Antiques, and Apparel
 
ECONOMICS
Commentary: Loans for College Don't Have to Crush Grads
 
BUSINESSWEEK INVESTOR
Mutual-Fund Blues? Try a ''Wrap''
   TABLE: What's Inside the Wrapper?
   CHART: What You Should Pay for a Wrap Account
Unveiling the Secrets of the CPI
   TABLE: Inflation Gauges
   The Dismal Science Online
A Bull Market in Navajo Rugs
   TABLE: A Shopper's Guide
   TABLE: Books on Navajo Art
 
BUSINESSWEEK INVESTOR -- THE BARKER PORTFOLIO
A Strategy That's Built to Last
   CHART: Lehman's Uncommon Record
 
BUSINESSWEEK INVESTOR -- INSIDE WALL STREET
Philips' Bright Glow
   CHART: Really Plugged In
Making a Lunge for Swiss Army
   CHART: Trudging Downhill
All Set to Make a Profit on Paper
   CHART: Coming Out of the Forest
 
FIGURES OF THE WEEK
Figures of the Week
   CHART: Production Index
   Production Index Components
   HISTORICAL DATA: BW Index Back to 1992
   CHART: Mutual Funds
   CHART: S&P 500
The Week Ahead
 
EDITORIALS
The Budget Surplus: Don't Blow It
 
INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON HUNGARY
As Farmers Sell Out in Secret...Budapest Asks for a Break (int'l edition)
   MAP: Hungary
 
INTERNATIONAL -- LETTER FROM FLORIDA
When the Jobs Just Disappeared (int'l edition)
   MAP: Florida
 
INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT
Anne Frank's Stepsister Corrects the Record (int'l edition)
Why the Finns Took to the Net (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS
Asia's Chipmakers: The Dragons Bulk Up (int'l edition)
   TABLE: New Alliances in a Struggling Industry
Another Rude Surprise for Foreign Investors (int'l edition)
Can the Internet Lift Hong Kong's Fallen ''Angels''? (int'l edition)
Commentary: Memo to Japan: Set Your Academics Free (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS
Cell Phones for All Europeans (int'l edition)
   CHART: A Surging Market in Europe
Pearson's Wily Dealmaker (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Scardino's Formula
 
INTERNATIONAL -- LATIN AMERICA
The PRI Is Running Against Itself (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Mexico's Top Presidential Contenders
A Long-Distance Free-for-All in Brazil (int'l edition)
   TABLE: How Brazil Could Benefit from Its Telecom Shakeup
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EDITORIALS
The New Look of the Global 1000 (int'l edition)



 
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