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Mar. 6, 2000
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Software's Tough Guy
COVER IMAGE: Software's Tough Guy
TABLE: Wang Has Made the Software Industry's Five Largest Deals...
TABLE: ...Building Dominance in Mainframe Computing...
TABLE: ...And Client-Server Management...
TABLE: ...And a Money Machine Second Only to Microsoft
RESUME: Charles B. Wang
ONLINE ORIGINAL: CA's Stock: Stuck in the Old-Tech Zone
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN COVER STORY
Japan's Net Builders (int'l edition)
ASIA COVER IMAGE: Japan's Net Builders
TABLE: Japan's Busy Net Builders...And Two New Net ''Incubators''
ONLINE ORIGINAL: "The Revolution Is Starting"
ONLINE ORIGINAL: "On the Internet, Size Doesn't Matter"
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN COVER STORY
Britain.com (int'l edition)
EUROPEAN COVER IMAGE: Brit.com
CHART: A Net Boom
TABLE: Britain's Top 10 Web Sites
Riding the Mobile Net to Riches? (int'l edition)
Design: Concepts for a Wireless World
Democratic Rule for the Net
Call Him the Streetfighter.com
TABLE: Enabling Those with Disabilities
A Radio Pioneer in Year 2000?
Play Smokey for Me
When Weeds Sprout Cash
CHART: Boardroom Diversity
It's 10 O'Clock. Do You Know Where Your Data Are?
In a Growing Market, Margin Debt Is Relative
Should Johnny's School Be on the Big Board?
With Liberty and Computers for All
Swiss Miss, or Why I'm a Globophobe
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
''Keeping cancer from taking root'' (Science & Technology, Feb. 21, 2000)
''Special Report: Europe'' (e.biz, Feb. 7, 2000)
Gray Power to the Rescue!
PHOTO: Cover, ''Age Works''
PHOTO: Cover, ''Prime Time''
The Business Week Best-Seller List
TECHNOLOGY & YOU
Light Applause for the New Palm
TABLE: The Palm Gets Colorful
PHOTO: Palm IIIc
Who Are the Real Compassionate Conservatives?
Optimism on Third World M&A
CHART: The Developing World: Its M&A Share Has Fallen
A Double-Digit Export Jump?
CHART: U.S. Exports Pick Up Steam
Teen Smoking: Price Matters
How Much Is That Robopup in the Window?
PHOTO: Sony's Aibo
A Better Way to Find Deadly Land Mines
Look Out, Hackers. This Software Can Find You
Foil the Hackers? A Security Maven Discusses the Impossible
U.S.: Another Tap on the Brakes May Not Be Enough
CHART: The Fed's View of the Economy
CHART: Rising Pressure on Finished Goods Prices
CHART: The Wealth Effect Still Looks Strong
Mexico: Second Thoughts about Pricey Oil
CHART: Growth Is Accelerating Again
NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY
Schism on Wall Street
TABLE: Not Sharing the Wealth
CHART: Thirteen Months of the Dow
E-Investors Embrace Business-to-Business
CHART: IPOs: No Slowdown in Sight
Commentary: Greenspan Smells Something Burning
Whose GOP Victories Were the Flukes?
Straight Talk from John McCain (extended)
More Corporate Chiefs Are Hedging Their Election Bets
TABLE: The Money Chase
TABLE: Industry Favorites
Commentary: Can the SEC Make Foreign Companies Play by Its Rules?
TABLE: Counting Differences
Commentary: Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor--and All Your Techies
CHART: Immigration: Who Gets in
What's 3Com without Palm?
CHART: 3Com Stock Price
A Baby Bell's Growth Formula
Keeping the Bugs off the Beef
IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK
Michael Sovern: A Top Gun for Sotheby's
Gateway: Going for Bricks and Mortar
Cleaning House at Unilever
Mickey to the Rescue?
Web for the Wireless
CHART: Mirage Resorts Inc. Stock Price
TABLE: Relief Is in Sight
A New Home for Russian Capital--Russia
TABLE: Signs That Less Money Is Going Offshore
Beijing's Patience May Be Running Out
Commentary: The Shadow Budget Haunting Japan
Iran's Reformers Won. Now Can They Hang Together?
Indonesia Calls a Halt
Thinking Big in France
Columbia/HCA: Showing Signs of Health
TABLE: On the Mend
CHART: As Columbia/HCA Downsizes...Investors Are Inching Back
TABLE: An Expensive Stock
CHART: Qualcomm's Meteoric Rise Tapers Off
The Paul Revere of the Web
RESUME: L. Lawrence Lessig III
For Online Pet Stores, It's Dog-Eat-Dog
TABLE: Fur and Fin
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Move Over, Dot-Coms. Biotech Is Back
TABLE: The Swelling Ranks of Biotech Companies That Are Making Money
TABLE: Portrait of a Growing (But Money-Losing) Industry
CHART: Biotech's Boom
CHART: How New Investment Is Transforming Biotech
Turning Data into Drugs--Fast
DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH
Highlights from the Annual Meeting of the AAAS
The Perils of Part-Time for Professionals
Can Proteins Prevent Birth Defects?
When Cancer Researchers Hit the Right Chords
Developments to Watch Contacts
Valley of No Dolls
Hey Jack Welch, Can We Talk?
$45 Million for One Buck
Asleep at the Audit?
TABLE: How the Scam Worked
You've Got Miles!
CHART: Frequent Fliers Gain Altitude
An Eye for Treasure
Commentary: The Pits Are Becoming a Relic
In Transportation, One Word: Plastics
A High-Tech Solution to Maine's Timber Woes
DVD Players: Don't Toss That VCR Yet
CHART: DVD Players Head into Orbit
Click Your Way to a Mortgage
TABLE: Where the Deals Are
Will Linux Investors Be Left Out in the Cold?
TABLE: The Line on Linux
Tread Carefully When You Buy Tracking Stocks
TABLE: Tracking Stocks' Patchy Record
TABLE: Upcoming Issues
Picking Up the Pieces When a Spouse Dies
TABLE: A New Widow's Financial Checklist
BW INVESTOR -- THE BARKER PORTFOLIO
There's No Such Thing As a Free Class
TABLE: In Person or on Your PC
BW INVESTOR -- INSIDE WALL STREET
AOL: Bouncing Back?
CHART: A Bargain for Browsers?
The Hottest Show in Town?
CHART: More Eyeballs
Watch This Market Watcher
CHART: Racking Up Growth Online
FIGURES OF THE WEEK
Figures of the Week
CHART: Production Index
Production Index Components
HISTORICAL DATA: BW Index Back to 1992
CHART: S&P 500
CHART: Mutual Funds
The Week Ahead
Deconstructing Alan Greenspan
Ease the Way for Skilled Immigrants
INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON AUSTRALIA
As Slot Machines Bleed Gamblers...The Net Beckons with Billions (int'l edition)
INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT
Justice for East Timor in Our Time? (int'l edition)
Migrant Brawn Is a Pillar of the New Economy (int'l edition)
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS
Fat City Again for Asian Chipmakers (int'l edition)
TABLE: While Asia's Chip Foundries Go Full Blast...Makers of Memory Chips Hunker Down
Foreign Investment: Finally, India's Door Starts to Open (int'l edition)
TABLE: What the BJP Is Trying to Do
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS
Ford and GM: Giants in Europe's Slow Lane (int'l edition)
CHART: GM and Ford Lose Ground
PHOTO: Opel Astra
INTERNATIONAL -- LATIN AMERICAN BUSINESS
Big Oil in Venezuela: ''We're Not Very Sure We're Welcome'' (int'l edition)
CHART: Venezuela's Dilemma
Giving the PRI a Run for Its Money (int'l edition)
INTERNATIONAL -- FINANCE
Telecoms and Banks Tie the Knot (int'l edition)
TABLE: Cyber Banking Partners
Time Is Running Out for UBS (int'l edition)
Crunch Time for Malaysian Banking (int'l edition)
INTERNATIONAL -- INTERNATIONAL FIGURES OF THE WEEK
International Figures of the Week (int'l edition)
Country Focus/Hong Kong (int'l edition)
CHART: Hong Kong Inflation
INTERNATIONAL -- EDITORIALS
An E-Revolution for the British (int'l edition)
Taming Taxes in Europe (int'l edition)
The Right Taiwan Policy for Beijing (int'l edition)