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Nov. 8, 1999
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The Resource for Entrepreneurs
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A Really Simple Plan
Such Acrimony over Acronyms
More Temp Trouble at Microsoft
TABLE: Justice, American Style
Women Hoopsters Run and Gun
So Who Wants to Retire?
States Go on a Treasure Hunt
TABLE: Forgotten Funds
CHART: Ooh, My Aching Bottom Line!
NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY
Can the Fed Hit Its Mark?
TABLE: On Course?
Software: A New Calculus for the New Economy
TABLE: The Numbers Just Keep Getting Better
Now Europe Wants a Rate Hike, Too
Just-in-Time Manufacturing Is Working Overtime
TABLE: Too Much of a Good Thing?
Commentary: Bob Rubin Isn't the Answer to Citi's Real Problem
Bracing for a Trade Battle in Seattle
TABLE: Seattle Wish List
Commentary: Empty Aisles at the Financial Supermarkets
The Big Trim at Gillette
TABLE: What's on the Chopping Block
Commentary: Tinkering with Genes: Time for a National Debate
IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK
Marc Andreessen: A Netscapee's Next Caper
The Net Economy Keeps on Clicking
A Clearer View of Windows 2000
Lucent Looks Like a Looker Now
A Sugar Daddy for Stanford
GTE Goes to the Mat over Cable
CHART: MidAmerican Energy Holdings Stock Price
Nouvelle Hampshire: More Mainstream Than You Think
Short in Seattle
Cyber Name Game