ISSUE DATE: JULY 17, 2000
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COVER STORY

  How to Retire
Our Annual Guide: Strategies for building a smart portfolio, forecasting your living costs, choosing a second career, and lots more  
 

INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN COVER STORY

  China's Tangled Web

      ASIAN COVER IMAGE: China's Tangled Web
 

INTERNATIONAL -- LATIN AMERICAN COVER STORY

  Mexican Revolution

      LATIN AMERICAN COVER IMAGE: Mexican Revolution
      TABLE: Challenges ahead for President-Elect Fox
      TABLE: Making of a President
      The PRI May Tear Itself Apart (int'l edition)
      ONLINE ORIGINAL: Vicente Fox on the Transition, NAFTA, Corruption, Drugs, the Economy...
 

UP FRONT

  Talk Show
  Hospitals: Out of Patience
      CHART: No to Managed Care
  Rocking the Globe
  The Joy of Laundry
  TABLE: Dot-Com Cash Magnets
  E-Mail Even at 35,000 Feet
  A Perfect Auction for Gloucester
  Le Web Breaks Up an Art Monopoly
  CHART: Highway Costs Fall
  Footnotes
 

READERS REPORT

  What Doing Good Really Gets You
  Video Violence Is Only on the Screen
  How Big Are Natural-Gas Stockpiles?
  A Little Music for the Night Students
  Nike Has Nothing to Hide
  Culture Clash at DaimlerChrysler
 

TECHNOLOGY & YOU

  Can Oxygen Turn Sci-Fi into Reality?
      TABLE: The Three Components of Oxygen
 

ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT

  Tough Justice Is Saving Our Inner Cities
 

ECONOMIC TRENDS

  U.S. Industry's Dollar Woes
      CHART: Most Manufacturing Is Hardly Growing
    Who's Bold on Wall Street?
  The Fed Eyes the Election
      CHART: Pre-Election Rate Hikes
 

BOOKS

  These Webs Set Companies Free
      PHOTO: Cover, ''Digital Capital''
  Drugs, Rock 'n' Roll--but Where's the Sex?
      PHOTO: Cover, ''A&R''
 

LETTER FROM DENVER

  All That Glitters Isn't Antique Gold
      MAP: Colorado
 

BUSINESS OUTLOOK

  U.S.: It's Too Early to Call the Soft Landing a Success
      CHART: Visible Signs of a Consumer Slowdown
      CHART: Housing Is Down from Its Recent Peak
      CHART: Less Demand Slows Industrial Activity
  Britain: Tightening Starts to Pay Off
      CHART: British Spending Slows Dramatically
 

NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY

  The Dark Side of the Valley
  Commentary: A Little Energy Conservation Would Go a Long Way
      CHART: Energy Overload
  Wanted: A Few Roughnecks
  Commentary: No Way to Run a Software Giant
  Still Cable Crazy after All These Years
      TABLE: Malone's Shopping Spree
  Commentary: Web Privacy: That's One Small Step
      TABLE: Privacy Pact Proposals
 

IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK

  Robert Lutz: All Charged Up
  Bad News for the Big Three
  HMOs Are Giving Seniors the Boot
  SBC's Lone-Star Long Distance
  Zovant Gives Eli Lilly a Lift
  Fidelity Jumps into the Net
  Et Cetera...
  Semi Quaver
      CHART: S&P Semiconductor Index
 

WASHINGTON OUTLOOK

  For Al Gore, Ralph Nader Is Unsafe at Any Speed
  Ex-DNC Official Defects
  Digital Economic Summit
 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

  Ford Finally Gets to Roll Out Cars in China
      TABLE: How China Is Opening Its Car Market
  America or Bust for Deutsche Telekom?
      TABLE: Deutsche Telekom's Broken Trail of Deals
 

INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK

  France: Can Jospin Pull the Socialists out of Their Slump?
  Indonesian Hardball
 

MANAGEMENT

  When a Merger Turns Messy
      TABLE: Lessons from a Merger
      TABLE: Volpe Brown Whelan
  Commentary: ''Corporate Liposuction'' Can Have Nasty Side Effects
      TABLE: The Big Profit Boosters (extended)
      TABLE: Not All Profits Are Created Equal
 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  A Real Test for Trustbusters
      TABLE: Would AOL Time Warner Be Anticompetitive?
 

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

  AIDS: Taking Stock of the Devastation
      TABLE: Horrifying Numbers
      CHART: A Global View of HIV Infection
      ''Business...Should Be Doing More''
  Rethinking the AIDS Arsenal
      CHART: Rebuffing HIV
      TABLE: New Fronts in the War against AIDS
 

DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH

  Straight Teeth without the Suit of Armor
  Superfast Computers Still Aren't Fast Enough
  A Treatment for Deadly Anemia?
  Innovations
 

LEGAL AFFAIRS

  First, Sue All the Consultants
      TABLE: With Experts Like These...
 

BW INVESTOR -- THE BARKER PORTFOLIO

  Setting Retirees on the Right Path
      TABLE: Hebeler's Hints
      TABLE: Hebeler's Helpers
 

BW INVESTOR -- INSIDE WALL STREET

  Dassault's Assault
      CHART: Starting to Hum
  Megagrowth ahead for Micromuse?
      CHART: Recovering Nicely
  Will Citrix Systems Click After All?
      CHART: After the Freefall
 

FIGURES OF THE WEEK

  Figures of the Week (.pdf)
      Production Index Components
      HISTORICAL DATA: BW Index Back to 1992
 

EDITORIALS

  Helping America's Working Poor
  Mexico: Open Markets, Open Politics
 

INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON SPAIN

  Urban Renewal in Fits and Starts...Gets Mixed Reviews in Madrid (int'l edition)
      MAP: Madrid, Spain
 

INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT

  Mexico's PRI Has No Monopoly on Corruption (int'l edition)
  Sony May Just Be Biding Its Time (int'l edition)
  Why Is Budapest Hoarding Funds? (int'l edition)
  A German Orientation May Be What's Sapping SAP (int'l edition)
  Microsoft's Monopoly Is a Result of Excellence (int'l edition)
 

INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS

  These Oldies Look Golden to Japan Inc. (int'l edition)
      CHART: Japan's Silver Generation
  NTT Com's Parent May Be Too Big (int'l edition)
 

INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS

  Harry Potter and the Tower of Profits (int'l edition)
      CHART: Harry Potter is Magic for Bloomsbury
  Motorola Tries to Get Back on the Cutting Edge (int'l edition)
      TABLE: Motorola's Comeback Drive
  ''The Post-Its of the Biotech Industry'' (int'l edition)
      TABLE: Qiagen: Germany's Booming Biotech
  Croatia: An "A" in Politics, a "C" in Economic Reform (int'l edition)
 

INTERNATIONAL -- FINANCE

  I'll Buy That Latin American Debt! (int'l edition)
      TABLE: Window of Opportunity
 

INTERNATIONAL -- INT'L FIGURES OF THE WEEK

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

INTERNATIONAL -- EDITORIALS

  China's Chokehold on the Net (int'l edition)
 

ARTICLES PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED IN INTERNATIONAL EDITIONS

JUNE 26, 2000
 German Carmakers: Great Wheels, No Traction
 Is Your Flight Late? Have a Massage

JULY 3, 2000
  The Koreas: Ready to Do Business?

JULY 10, 2000
  Letter From Cambridge, Mass: An Entrepreneur Is Born


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