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June 12, 2000




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COVER STORY
The Genome Gold Rush
   COVER IMAGE: Eureka! The Genome Gold Rush
   TABLE: Unearthing DNA's Riches
   The Genome Explained
   What This Means to You
   The Pharma Frenzy
      TABLE: Genomics among the Giants
   Survival of...Who?
      CHART: The Biotech Roller Coaster
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: William Haseltine on Human Genome Science's Plan
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: The Slow, Painful Path to Payday in Genomic Stocks
 
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN COVER STORY
Inside the Bank of Japan (int'l edition)
   ASIAN COVER IMAGE: Inside the Bank of Japan
   CHART: Japan Has Cut Rates to Zero...Without Sparking Inflation...But Growth Remains Anemic
   A Talk with the Taskmaster (extended) (int'l edition)
   Commentary: Why Summers & Co. Have Stopped Bullying Japan (int'l edition)
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: "No...to a Stop-and-Go Policy"
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: "The Public Is Wiser Than the Economists or Government"
   ONLINE ORIGINAL: "We Called the Policy Board the Sleeping Board"
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN COVER STORY
The Stars of Europe (int'l edition)
   EUROPEAN COVER IMAGE: The Stars of Europe

  FRONTIER
Frontier
  Our special supplement for entrepreneurs and small business

ANNUAL DESIGN AWARDS
Winners 2000
   TABLE: Winners for 2000...
   TABLE: ...And over the Past Five Years
Capital Ideas
Main Squeeze
Oh, the Workplaces You'll Go!
Working Assets
Color Me Handy
Home Remedies
House Beautiful
Clear Thinking
Everyday Miracles
Move Over, Graphic Designers
Gonzo Gear for Hard Landings
One for the Road
2000 IDEA Winners
 
UP FRONT
Talk Show
A Green Thumb in NAFTA's Eye?
Cuba Cashes in on Cachet
Finally, High Speed for the Boonies
TABLE: Virtually Authentic
Plastic Can Be So Unforgiving
Like Toddler, Like CEO?
Brighter Lights for Euro Flicks
CHART: Beyond E-Mail
Footnotes
 
READERS REPORT
Making Coke a Better Place to Work
The CPAs Support a Strong Oversight Board
Slim Pickings for Online Shoppers
Women Reap More Benefits from Social Security
Lenders Who Prey on the Poor
How Motorola Pioneered Handheld Cell Phones
For Women MBAs, Try East Carolina
Managed Care Is Focusing on Consumers
Basic Nutrition for Just Peanuts
 
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
First Quarter Corporate Scoreboard (May 15, 2000)
 
BOOKS
Publishing Magnate, Political Chameleon
   PHOTO: Cover, ''The Chief''
 
TECHNOLOGY & YOU
Kiss the Floppy Good-Bye
 
ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT
The States Are Ending Welfare as We Know It--but Not Poverty
 
ECONOMIC TRENDS
A Coming Social Security Battle?
   CHART: More Older Workers Stay on the Job
Venture Capital: The Beat Goes On
   CHART: It's Still a Money Gusher
How People Decide to Save
 
INDUSTRY MONITOR
Making a Spill-Proof Crane
No Flash in the Pan
   CHART: Silicon Surge
Microwave That 2-by-4
Innovations
 
BUSINESS OUTLOOK
U.S.: Why Higher Rates Aren't Denting Consumers' Spirits
   CHART: Consumers Remain Very Optimistic
   CHART: Consumer Spending Outpaces Income Gains
   CHART: No Slowdown in Mortgage Activity
The Netherlands: Just Taking a First-Quarter Breather
   CHART: Dutch Labor Markets Are Extremely Tight
 
NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY
IPOs: Slip Sliding Away?
   CHART: IPOs Have Fallen Off...But Venture Funds Are Still Flowing...
   TABLE: ...Into These Industries
   It's Layoff Time in Dot-Com Land
Networking at the Speed of Light
   TABLE: Buying Binge
The Market Blahs Are Hitting Wall Street's Bottom Lines
   TABLE: The Bad News for Financial Services
Commentary: How Much Further Can the Fed Push?
   CHART: Rising Rates Don't Hurt Yet
Commentary: How Real Is the ''Wealth Effect''?
Ads as Far as the Eye Can See
   CHART: Rent This Space
No Cakewalk at Sara Lee
   CHART: Inching Back
 
IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK
Charles Conaway: Attention Kmart Investors
Lawyers Like These Calvin Briefs
Phone Rates: We All Get a Break
HP Nets a Sweet Deal at Amazon
AT&T: Reach Out and Touch, Part II
Trouble in the Air for the EPA
Et Cetera...
The Joy of Flex
   CHART: Flextronics Stock Price
 
WASHINGTON OUTLOOK
Why Corzine and His Checkbook Don't Threaten the Republic
Money Launderers Beware
Playing the Bounce
 
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
When Is Hyundai Going to Get It?
   CHART: A Chaebol's Wild Ride
Britain's Orange: Ready to Take on the World
   TABLE: The New Orange
 
THE CORPORATION
Rocky Ground for Monsanto?
   CHART: A Weaker Harvest for Monsanto
   TABLE: Farm Team
 
ENVIRONMENT
Are Old PCs Poisoning Us?
   TABLE: PC Pollution
 
DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH
A Fantastic Voyage through Your Intestines
Breast Cancer: New Hope for Slowing Its Spread
Add Consultant to Shopping Cart
Innovations
 
GOVERNMENT
Should Business Fear Charlie Rangel?
   TABLE: What Rangel Wants
 
PEOPLE
Icahn: The Once and Future Dealmaker
   RESUME: Carl C. Icahn
 
SOCIAL ISSUES
Commentary: Who Says Student Protests Don't Matter?
   TABLE: Closer to Sweat-Free
 
LEGAL AFFAIRS
Breaking Up the Old Credit-Card Game?
   TABLE: The Credit-Card Crackdown
   TABLE: Coming Down Hard on Plastic
 
WORKING LIFE
Workers, Surf at Your Own Risk
   TABLE: What Productivity Revolution?
 
FINANCE
The Bull Is Only Taking a Siesta
   CHART: The Air Comes Out of the Nasdaq
   CHART: The Sharp Decline in Trading Volume
How Safe Are One-Stop Financial Web Sites?
   TABLE: How VerticalOne Consolidates Your Accounts
 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT
GM Guns It in Trucks and SUVs
   CHART: Picking Up at GM
Commentary: Old Economy or New, Vertical Empires Don't Work
Making Sure Big Rigs Have Something to Carry
 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Shop Online--Pick Up at the Store
   TABLE: Using Clicks to Get inside Bricks
Headhunters' Secret
   TABLE: Is Your Directory Confidential?
 
BUSINESSWEEK INVESTOR
The Best of Both Worlds?
   TABLE: Building a Folio
Commentary: There's No Such Thing as a Free Trade
   TABLE: Four Gratis Trading Services
Angels Who Hope to Make a Killing
   TABLE: Three Kinds of Angel
   TABLE: Angel Resources
A Self-Defense Policy for Women
   TABLE: Why Long-Term Care Insurance Matters for Women
 
BW INVESTOR -- THE BARKER PORTFOLIO
Shedding Some Light on Your Risk
   TABLE: Grading Your Stock or Fund
 
BW INVESTOR -- INSIDE WALL STREET
Small-Caps Redux?
   TABLE: Selected Buyout Bait
Backing the Web's ''Picks and Shovels''
Why Isle of Capri Is Sitting Pretty
   CHART: Upping the Ante
 
FIGURES OF THE WEEK
Figures of the Week (.pdf)
   Production Index Components
   HISTORICAL DATA: BW Index Back to 1992
 
EDITORIALS
Don't Spook the Venture Capitalists
Net Privacy: Fix the Problems Now
 
INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON MEXICO
Movie Cameras Are Rolling Again...With Some Help from the State (int'l edition)
   MAP: Mexico
 
INTERNATIONAL -- LETTER FROM VIENNA
A Camera That Really Opens Your Eyes (int'l edition)
   MAP: Central Europe
 
INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT
When the Fed Hikes Rates, It Harms Weaker Economies (int'l edition)
The Coming Shakeout in B2B Exchanges (int'l edition)
Shore Up the Euro--with Gold (int'l edition)
A Recount for Shawn Fanning? (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS
Hyundai's Fix (int'l edition)
   CHART: A Chaebol's Wild Ride
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS
EU Wannabes: Not Now. Maybe Later (int'l edition)
   TABLE: What Delayed Entry Means
   CHART: Central Europeans Come Up Short
More Potholes on Poland's Road to the EU (int'l edition)
''Italy Is at a Turning Point'' (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- LATIN AMERICAN BUSINESS
Commentary: Latin America's Not-Quite-Dictators (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- INT'L FIGURES OF THE WEEK
International Figures of the Week (.pdf) (int'l edition)
 
INTERNATIONAL -- EDITORIALS
Japan's Maverick Banker May Make Sense (int'l edition)
''Present at the Creation'' in Europe (int'l edition)
 

ARTICLES PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED IN INTERNATIONAL EDITIONS
JUNE 5, 2000
Commentary: A United States of Europe?



 
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