ISSUE DATE: July 10, 2000
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COVER STORY

Can Amazon Make It?
   COVER IMAGE: Can Amazon Make It?
   CHART: Amazon's Continued Cash Hemorrhage...And Deteriorating Inventory Management...
   CHART: ...Have Investor's Spooked...But Bezos Says More Sales per Customer...
   CHART: ...And Improving Distribution Costs...Should Lead to Profits
   TABLE: Big Jobs for Bezos
    Debt vs. Equity Analysts: Whose Call Counts?
    Commentary: Guess What--Venture Capitalists Aren't Geniuses


INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN/LATIN AMERICAN COVER STORY

The Global 1000 (int'l edition)
   ASIAN COVER IMAGE: The Global 1000
   TABLE: Market Guide for Investors
   TABLE: How the Giants Stack Up
   Ericsson: Wireless Workhorse (int'l edition)
   Emerging Markets: Asia Calling (int'l edition)
   TABLES: The Global 1000 (.pdf) (int'l edition)


INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN COVER STORY

Airbus: Birth of a Giant (int'l edition)
   EUROPEAN COVER IMAGE: Airbus: Birth of a Giant
   TABLE: How EADS Stacks Up


FRONTIER

Frontier -- Table of Contents
Our special supplement for small business and entrepreneurs. In this issue: The health-care crisis, women in venture capital, picking the best 401(k)...

UP FRONT

Talk Show
From B-School to E-Venture
   CHART: U.S. Corporate E-Learning Market
In the Buff in Buffalo
Sunnier Days for a Rainmaker
TABLE: Everything Has a Price...
Dr. Spock Meets Dr. Strangelove
On a Ring and a Prayer
A Minor in Moisturizers?
CHART: E-Mail Madness
Footnotes


READERS REPORT

Marketing Is Not What Ails GM
It's Time for Standards on Internet Privacy
Stop Dumping on PVCs
A Few Good Mergers Could Help Air Travelers
Public Investing: Conscience vs. Profit
An Odd Case for Monopolies
Xerox Needs a Real Leader: Carbon Copies Need Not Apply


CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS

''Visteon: What's that funny noise?'' (Business Week Investor, July 3, 2000)


BOOKS

The Club That Spawned Celebrity Culture
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Stork Club''
In the Chips
   PHOTO: Cover, ''Right on the Money''


TECHNOLOGY & YOU

The Shape of PCs to Come?
   TABLE: The Qbe Cirrus


ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT

Ireland's Miracle: The Market Didn't Do It Alone


ECONOMIC TRENDS

A New Economy, but No New Deal
   CHART: Working Hard and Staying Poor
Tying the Knot Is All the Rage
   CHART: Popping the Question
Little Threat of Crushing Debt


BUSINESS OUTLOOK

U.S.: The Fed Is Watching Consumers and Waiting for August
   CHART: Consumers' Spirits Slip a Bit in June
   CHART: Mortgage Rates Head Back Down
   CHART: A Soaring Backlog of Capital Goods Orders
Southeast Asia: A Surge from Electronics
   CHART: How Tech Exports Drive Southeast Asia


NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY

One Tough Call for AT&T
   TABLE: AT&T's Long-Distance Runaround
   CHART: In a Trough

Back to Square One for Bernie Ebbers

The Harder Gore Tries, the Lower He Goes
   TABLE: Gore's Demographic Problems

Guest Commentary: How to Fix Monday Night Football


IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK

Gary C. Wendt: Rescuing Conseco
Big Blue's Biggest Behemoth
Oracle Gets Caught Snooping
Barry Diller in a Takedown
A Door Slams in Auditors' Faces
Fat City for Mad Ave
Et Cetera...
Airborne
   CHART: Federal Express Stock Price


WASHINGTON OUTLOOK

Cuba: Why the Big Thaw Is Happening Now
Mineta to Head Commerce?
A Warning to Israel...
...And to Europe


FINANCE

Real-World Brokers: Take That, Cyber Boy
   TABLE: Wall Street Fights Back
Newsletters Discover the New Economy
   TABLE: Free Fall
How the Money Store Became a Money Pit
   TABLE: Endless Loss
Commentary: Bigger Isn't Better for Fleet's Customers


SPORTS BUSINESS

Daddy's Little Girls Come Out Swinging
   TABLE: Fisticuff Females


GOVERNMENT

The Maverick on Bush's Short List
   RESUME: Chuck Hagel
   TABLE: Hagel's 1999 Ratings


MANAGEMENT

Sears: A Horse Race for the Top Job
   TABLE: Tough Going for Sears' Next CEO
   CHART: The Martinez Years: A Rocky Road


THE CORPORATION

Heavy Housekeeping at Hilton
   TABLE: Marathon Dealmaking
   CHART: Hilton's Bumpy Ride


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Covad: Why Investors Hung Up
   TABLE: A Bold Game Plan
   CHART: Knowling's New Math
   CHART: The New Hybrid Strategy Will Spur Revenue Growth...
   CHART: ...But Will Lead to Higher Losses...
   CHART: ...Which Worries Investors


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Space Travel Is Still a Dream
   TABLE: Pie in the Sky?
   PHOTO: Roton Reusable Space Vehicle


DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH

Superceramics on the Seashore
A Drug That Makes Food Seem Truly Boring?
Life Is Sweet, Scientifically Speaking
Burning Rubber Down Memory Lane


WORKING LIFE

Give a Geek a Break


INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

Commentary: The Tsunami Threatening Japan
   CHART: How Bad Can It Get?
Beijing's Bombshell: Brace for a Floating Currency
Why Daimler Is Driving Hard into Korea
   CHART: The Front-Runners
Open Season on Russia's Oligarchs
   RESUME: Vladimir Potanin
   RESUME: Boris Berezovsky
   RESUME: Vladimir A. Gusinsky
The Peso Is Falling! The Peso Is Falling!
   CHART: Mexico's Wobbly Peso
Cracks in Mexico's Glass Ceiling
   RESUME: María Asunción Aramburuzabala


INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK

Mideast Peace: Barak Is Hitting the Accelerator
Zimbabwean Collapse?
No Big Sell-Off in India


INDUSTRIES

Commentary: Food Giants: Bulking Up Isn't the Answer


PEOPLE

The Architect of Homestore.com
   RESUME: Stuart Wolff


BUSINESSWEEK LIFESTYLE

Someone to Watch Over You
   TABLE: They Snoop to Conquer
   TABLE: Staying Out of Trouble
The Whites of Summer
   TABLE: Ranking Our Favorites


BUSINESSWEEK INVESTOR

Track Your Worth on the Web
   TABLE: Where to See It All
Taking Control--and Having Fun Doing It
   TABLE: Coming to a City Near You


BW INVESTOR -- THE BARKER PORTFOLIO

Why Analysts Might Be Worth a Listen
   CHART: Smart Calls


BW INVESTOR -- INSIDE WALL STREET

Greener at Walgreen
   CHART: Taking the Right Medicine
The Rich Reserves of Forest Oil
   CHART: Bubbling Right Up
Smelling Very Sweet Indeed
   CHART: Getting More Potent


FIGURES OF THE WEEK

Figures of the Week (.pdf)
   Production Index Components

   HISTORICAL DATA: BW Index Back to 1992


EDITORIALS

The Morning After in Dot-Com Land
Can Europe Shake the Subsidy Habit?


INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON VENEZUELA

Indians Are Getting a New Deal...But It's Still Rough in Caracas (int'l edition)
   MAP: Venezuela


INTERNATIONAL -- LETTER FROM CAMBRIDGE, MASS.

An Entrepreneur Is Born (int'l edition)
   MAP: Boston


INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT

If Mama or Papa Is Italian, Chances Are You're a Citizen (int'l edition)
Indian Women Need Food and Education--Not Eyeliner (int'l edition)
When Listening Is Illegal (int'l edition)


INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS

Hong Kong: Home Sweet Home? Not These Days (int'l edition)
   CHART: Hong Kong's Tanking Real Estate Market


INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESSS

Grupo Prisa Wants to Conquer the New World (int'l edition)
   TABLE: Big in Spain


INTERNATIONAL -- LATIN AMERICAN BUSINESS

From the Mall to the Cybermall (int'l edition)
   RESUME: Eduardo S. Elsztain (int'l edition)



INTERNATIONAL -- FINANCE

Return of a Hong Kong Highflier (int'l edition)
   TABLE: On Shaky Ground
    Seoul's Web Spawns a Comeback Kid (int'l edition)


INTERNATIONAL -- INT'L FIGURES OF THE WEEK

International Figures of the Week (.pdf) (int'l edition)


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ASIAN/LATIN AMERICAN EDITION
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