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Inside Napster How the music-sharing phenom began, where it went wrong, and what happens next
COVER IMAGE: Inside Napster
TABLE: Napster's High and Low Notes
TABLE: The Case for Napster
TABLE: The Case Against Napster
At Atlantic, ''My Beef Is Not Getting Paid''
Commentary: With Technology Like This, Who Needs Napster?
TABLE: The Beat Goes On
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN COVER STORY
Facing Up to China Taipei, while assuaging Beijing's fears, stays its independent course
ASIAN COVER IMAGE: Facing Up to China
China "Must Learn from [My] Election" (extended) (int'l edition)
Uneasy Collaborators (int'l edition)
TABLE: Taiwan's Deep-Pocket Commitment to China
ONLINE ORIGINAL: A Tale of Two Political Allegiances
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN COVER STORY
The Fall of Baan How ineffective management and bad luck brought down the Dutch software superstar
EUROPEAN COVER IMAGE: The Fall of Baan
TABLE: The Rise & Fall of Baan Co.
CHART: Roller-Coaster Ride
CHART: Baan's Sinking Stock Price
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For Sale: Amoco Signs, Cheap
Big Tobacco Blows Some Smoke
Now Your Arteries Can Accept Plastic
TABLE: Deals of the Century
A Different Tune at Marimba
The New Economy: An Energy Hog?
Chasing an Ad Up a Tree
CHART: ''I'll Take Leather Seats and a CD''
Qualcomm's Prospects Aren't So Shrunken
e-Books May Merit e-Awards
Staff Lunches Are Not a Revolutionary Idea
Prosperity Fights Crime Better Than the Police Do
Gene Marcial: Redoing the Math
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
''Apple'' (Cover Story, July 31, 2000)
''Don't be fooled by this low profile'' (Information Technology, June 19, 2000)
Was Nigeria Born to Lose?
PHOTO: Cover, ''This House Has Fallen''
The Biosphere in a Nutshell
PHOTO: Cover, ''Something New Under the Sun''
TECHNOLOGY & YOU
A Picture-Perfect Digital Camera
Cracking the Genetic Code: Competition Was the Catalyst
Giving Black Wealth a Boost
CHART: Home Ownership: Progress, But Still a Big Racial Gap
The Infallible Dr. Greenspan?
Why Germany's Other Half Lags
CHART: An Aborted Catchup?
U.S.: The Economy Didn't Take a Spring Break After All
CHART: Slowdown? What Slowdown?
CHART: Inventory Gains Still Lag Behind Demand
CHART: Labor Costs Pick Up Steam
Brazil: Stable Growth, Falling Rates
CHART: Aggressive Cuts in Interest Rates
NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY
Bushonomics: Voodoo in the Numbers?
TABLE: The Bush Agenda
So This Delegate Walks into a Bar...
Commentary: The Perils of Bush-Whacking
Commentary: Bush's Foreign Policy: Like Father, Like Son?
Suddenly, a Chill Hits Japan's Banks
CHART: Shrinking Nikkei
Why This Property Boom Looks Different
CHART: Getting Tighter
Commentary: Cell Phones: We Need More Testing
Commentary: Nokia's Costly Stumble
The High Cost of Education
IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK
Jay S. Walker: The Price Isn't Right, But...
Where Angels Dare to Tread
Sears Dumps Dr. Laura
Nortel's New Help Line
Softbank's Stymied Spinoff
Can the FCC Free Up the Airwaves?
CHART: Dell Stock Price
Fox's Dream: A North American Common Market
Back to the Polls in Israel?
Can Gap Put It All Together Again?
CHART: Gap's Sales Growth Is Slowing Down...But It Keeps Opening Stores
TABLE: Here Come the Hybrids
PHOTO: Honda Insight
DIAGRAM: How Hybrids Work (.pdf)
TABLE: It Pays to Drive Green
46 Miles Per Gallon... 47... 48...
Commentary: The Japanese Are Making the Right Bet on Hybrids
CHART: Backsliding on Fuel Economy
ONLINE ORIGINAL: "Right on the Tip" of the Hybrid Age
Commentary: How to Cover America's Uninsured
TABLE: Rx for the Uninsured: Some Winning Plans
CHART: Living Dangerously...And Mostly Poor
DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH
Implants for Growing Bones
Pop a Pill--and Kill the Urge to Smoke
This Printer Balks at Counterfeiting
Clues toward an Arthritis Cure
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
When Web Sites Play Doctor
TABLE: The Net Is a Cornucopia of Good Medicine...and Bad
Still Flying with a Full Tank
TABLE: Winners and Losers in Quarterly Profits
The Fed's Pinch Is Finally Causing Some Pain
TABLE: The Second Quarter 2000 Corporate Scoreboard (.pdf)
CHART: Aftertax Profits Quarter by Quarter
CHART: Change in Aftertax Profits from 1999
GE Catches Online Fever
TABLE: Bringing Good Things to Online Consumers?
High-Tech Stocks: A World of Hurt
TABLE: Techs Tank around the World
Investors Head North
TABLE: Toronto Leads the Pack
Commentary: Hedge-Fund Disaster? What Hedge-Fund Disaster?
IPOs, CEOs...That's Entertainment!
TABLE: Coming Soon: The New Economy, Starring...
Death of the Video Store?
CHART: Tuning In
Look Who's Talking--with Their Hands
TABLE: Signing Online
TABLE: Sign Me Up
Adoption: Now There's the Cyber-Stork
PHOTO: The Ismans and son Jared
TABLE: Where to Turn
PHOTO: Mary and Tom Glatt with daughter Clare and son Ian
Make Your Book Club a Best-Seller
TABLE: Beyond Harry Potter
Now Anyone Can Be a Venture Capitalist
TABLE: Best of the BDCs
BW INVESTOR -- THE BARKER PORTFOLIO
Fair Shakes for Fund Holders
TABLE: Pay for Performance
BW INVESTOR -- INSIDE WALL STREET
Rumbles for Seitel
CHART: Mounting Expectations
Ogden Could Get Switched On
CHART: Starting to Rally
Picking Up the Chips at Station Casinos
CHART: Down on Its Luck
FIGURES OF THE WEEK
Figures of the Week (.pdf)
Production Index Components
HISTORICAL DATA: BW Index Back to 1992
How to Foil Internet Pirates
Taiwan: Stop the War of Words
INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON HONG KONG
Reading, Writing, and Rote Learning...Drive Students to Western Schools (int'l edition)
MAP: Hong Kong
INTERNATIONAL -- LETTER FROM SOUTH AFRICA
A Tragedy with No End in Sight (int'l edition)
MAP: South Africa
INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT
Mexico and the Flat Tax: Perfect Together? (int'l edition)
Freeport Indonesia: The Good and the Bad (int'l edition)
China Will Prosper Only When It Opens Its Economy (int'l edition)
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS
Suharto's Moment of Truth? (int'l edition)
TABLE: Courtroom Drama: The Key Players in the Case
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS
Commentary: Why Putin Has to Bust the Bureaucrats (int'l edition)
Commentary: Europe: Shine a Light on Executive Pay (int'l edition)
TABLE: Gent's Pay Stub
INTERNATIONAL -- LATIN AMERICAN BUSINESS
Young Argentinians Fly the Beloved Country (int'l edition)
CHART: Headed Higher
Caribbean High-Tech Dreams (int'l edition)
CHART: Going Strong
INTERNATIONAL -- FINANCE
Commentary: Japan Can't Afford the Old Banking Ways (int'l edition)
HSBC: Stuart Gulliver's New Travels (int'l edition)
INTERNATIONAL -- INT'L FIGURES OF THE WEEK
International Figures of the Week (.pdf) (int'l edition)
ARTICLES PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED IN INTERNATIONAL EDITIONS
AUGUST 7, 2000
Letter From Prague: A City Too Colorful for Its Own Good
Originally published as International Spotlight: "As Prague Gets a Theme-Park Look...Fast Food and Neon Don't Help"
Letter From Brooklyn: There Go the Neighborhoods
from page 6 of this issue Online Highlights
Cover Photograph by Alan Levenson.
ASIAN Cover Photograph by David Hartung/Liaison Agency.
EUROPEAN Cover Photograph by Annaleen Louwes.
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