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The Tech Slump Slowing growth in tech spending, not shrinkage, is in store. But that will be painful enough -- for the industry and the economy as a whole
COVER IMAGE: The Tech Slump
CHART: Tech Spending Slowdown
TABLE: Angst in the Air
Who May Prosper Despite the Fall
Commentary: Tech Leads--Both Up and Down
TABLE: Technology Booms and Busts
Commentary: Greenspan: This Is Your Captain Speaking...
More Bad News for the Naz
CHART: Valuations Remain Sky-High
Asian Electronics: Who Pulled the Plug? (int'l edition)
CHART: Cooling Down
A Korean Accent for Neon?
A Self-Inflicted Bonus Cut
United May Horn in on FedEx
TABLE: No Scrooges Here
Credit-Card Numbers to Go
Maybe the Euro Isn't a Stumblebum
A Tracker to Help Hunt Headhunters
CHART: Movie Mania
Taking the Guesswork Out of Presidential Elections
The Electoral College Is an Anachronism
Protecting the Heartland
The SEC's Victory Is a Hollow One
This Bunny Is Hardly Winding Down
Starwood's Star Isn't Rising That Fast
What Gun Magazines Don't Reveal About Gun Ownership
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
''Can Liberty Media get its groove back?'' (Media, Nov. 27, 2000)
Atrocities in the Amazon?
PHOTO: Cover, ''Darkness in El Dorado''
PHOTO: Cover, ''6 Nightmares''
PHOTO: Cover, ''The Talmud and the Internet''
TECHNOLOGY & YOU
A Browser for Nothing-but-Net Folk
The War for Better Quality Is Far from Won
Bad-News Bears Get Vocal
CHART: What Are the Leading Indicators Saying?
When Directors Have a Big Stake
Changing Jobs During a Boom
CHART: A Decline in Job Seekers
U.S.: Greenspan to the Markets: Stop Worrying So Much
CHART: Manufacturing Enters the Soft Landing Zone
CHART: Where Consumers Are Pulling Back
CHART: Housing Demand Remains Healthy
Australia: Tightening Begins to Bite
CHART: The Reserve Bank Stays on Hold
NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY
How Bush Would Lead
TABLE: Slim Mandate, Big Headaches: What W Would Have to Do
The Stewards of a Bush Economy?
TABLE: The Cabinet: How Bush Might Reach Out
Commentary: The Search Begins for a Democratic Savior
Pockets of Power in the Senate
TABLE: Centers of Influence
Commentary: What a Bush Foreign Policy Would Look Like
IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK
Steven Reinemund: Pepsi's New Generation
The EPA May Send GE Up the River
A Sea of Pink at Dun & Bradstreet
FASB Makes a Goodwill Gesture
Life Support for Oxygen Media
Knocking at the Smokehouse Door
CHART: Inktomi Stock Price
THE BEST OF BUSINESS WEEK ONLINE
Sculpting Life's Building Blocks
...And All the Price Trimmings
GM's Aztek: Born to Be a Little Too Wild
TABLE: Anatomy of a Compromise
Gap's Widening Gap at the Top
TABLE: Executive Exodus
CHART: Same-Store Sales Sag at Gap...
CHART: ...And Profits Tumble...
CHART: ...While Investors Head for the Exits
SPECIAL REPORT -- THE BEST PRODUCTS OF 2000
The Best Products of 2000
Our Favorite Clicks
Products to Watch
Commentary: Will the UAW Be Chrysler's Friend in Need?
Talbots Heats Up by Cooling Down
TABLE: Everything Talbots
CHART: Ahead of the Pack
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Getting Tangled in Health Care's Web
TABLE: Is HIPAA's Cure Worse Than the Disease?
DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH
All the Better to Hear You with, My Dear
Boosting the Case for Beta-Blockers
A Simpler, Faster Way to Test for Mad Cow
Is the FTC Defending Goliath?
TABLE: Food Fight
Corporate Charity: Why It's Slowing
CHART: Corporate Giving Has Grown...But It Hasn't Kept Pace with Profits
ONLINE EXTRA: TABLE: Companies and Causes: The Latest View of "Cause Marketing"
Ad Spending: How Sweet It Was
CHART: U.S. Ad Spending: Headed for a Big Drop
What's a Dot-Com to Do after the Advertisers Bolt?
Commentary: MSCI Indexes: It's Time to Redo the Math
TABLE: Rejiggering EAFE
Microsoft Misfires in China
TABLE: Regrouping in China
A Pileup in Europe for Japan's Carmakers
CHART: Japan's Carmakers Skid in Europe
Just the Yank for Reuters
TABLE: Reuters' Next Boss
Can China Tame the Corruption Beast?
Endgame for Milosevic?
Federated's Fingerhut Fiasco
TABLE: Fingerhut's Avalanche of Errors
Sega vs. Sony: Pow! Biff! Whack!
TABLE: Games People Play
Meet the ''Completely Different EDS''
TABLE: Troubled Times at EDS: Dick Brown's Turnaround Plan
Walmart.com vs. Amazon: This Race Isn't Even Close
GRAPHIC: Click or Miss: Amazon vs. WalMart
Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow
TABLE: 3M: GE Junior
TABLE: As Growth Slows...Profits Are Taking a Hit
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Headhunter
Detroit Hits a Speed Bump
CHART: The Big Three Fall Back
How Universal Stole Xmas
CHART: Universal Studios' Brighter Picture
Maya Lin's World
Making Mincemeat out of Unwanted E-mail
TABLE: How to Avoid Getting Spammed
The Dark Side of Soy
TABLE: Best of the Bean
France and Austria: Where to Schuss
TABLE: The Basics
Where Did My Mutual Fund Go?
TABLE: Traits of Vanishing Funds
TABLE: Warning Signs
Turning Value into a Gold Mine
TABLE: John Schneider: Value Seeker
BW INVESTOR -- THE BARKER PORTFOLIO
Just Who Are the Piggies Here?
CHART: Valuing IBP
BW INVESTOR -- INSIDE WALL STREET
CHART: When Investors Got Rattled
Constellation's Star May Be Rising
CHART: Mixed Spirits
Intertan Is Firmly Plugged In
CHART: The Stock Is Down--for Now
FIGURES OF THE WEEK
Figures of the Week (.pdf)
Production Index Components
How to Deal with the Tech Slump
INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON VENEZUELA
A Great Lake Fills with Filth...As Salt Seeps in from the Sea (int'l edition)
INTERNATIONAL -- LETTER FROM PYONGYANG
A Nation of Famine--and Adulation (int'l edition)
MAP: North Korea
INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT
The Blame for Italy's Slave Trade Is Misplaced (int'l edition)
A Word of Warning from a Trailblazing Manager (int'l edition)
Barro Needs to Look at the Big Picture (int'l edition)
INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS
Commentary: Why Korea's Crony Capitalists Are Still in Charge (int'l edition)
CHART: Perils of State Control
INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS
The Battle for Russia's Electricity Giant (int'l edition)
TABLE: The Chubais-Fyodorov Face-off
ONLINE EXTRA: Chubais: "My Position on This Is Very Pragmatic"
Why They're Cool to Kirch (int'l edition)
TABLE: Kirch's Still-Growing Media Empire
The Euro's Godfather Weighs the Continent's Future (int'l edition)
INTERNATIONAL -- LATIN AMERICAN BUSINESS
Commentary: Chile's ''Model Economy'' Needs Some Sprucing Up (int'l edition)
CHART: Chile Slows Down
Pumping Up Petrobras (int'l edition)
CHART: Petrobras Outperforms the Market
INTERNATIONAL -- FINANCE
UniCredito: An Appetite as Big as Europe (int'l edition)
CHART: Picture of Profitability
RESUME: Alessandro Profumo (int'l edition)
Commentary: Turkey's Meltdown Started at the Top (int'l edition)
This Exchange Lists You, Ready or Not (int'l edition)
TABLE: Shares from the East
INTERNATIONAL -- INT'L FIGURES OF THE WEEK
International Figures of the Week (.pdf) (int'l edition)
INTERNATIONAL -- EDITORIALS
A Decisive Moment for EU Reform (int'l edition)
ARTICLES PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED IN INTERNATIONAL EDITIONS
December 11, 2000
The Great Migration
Letter From New Jersey: Sometimes It Takes More Than a Village
The Rothschilds Are on a Roll
from page 10 of this issue Online Highlights
Cover Illustration by Lou Beach
For articles in the December 18 domestic edition previously published in international editions
December 11, 2000
The CEO Trap
December 4, 2000
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