ISSUE DATE: December 2, 2002
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COVER STORY

The New Face of Philanthropy
Today's donors are more ambitious, get more involved, and demand results
COVER IMAGE:  The New Face of Philanthropy
GRAPHIC:  Great Moments in Giving
GRAPHIC:  The 50 Most Generous Philanthropists
GRAPHIC:  A Surge in Giving
GRAPHIC:  Most Innovative New Philanthropists
GRAPHIC:  Quiet Givers, Cheapskates, or What?
How We Rank Them
Q&A with Patty Stonesifer (extended)
ONLINE EXTRA:  Q&A with Eli Broad
ONLINE EXTRA:  Q&A with Wal-Mart Heir John Walton


INTERNATIONAL -- COVER STORY

Bollywood
Can new money create a world-class film industry in India?
COVER IMAGE:  Bollywood
CHART:  Boffo Bollywood
GRAPHIC:  The Changing Face of Bollywood
GRAPHIC:  Bollywood vs. Hollywood
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UP FRONT

Talk Show

Tenet: In the SEC's Spotlight

Perot Isn't Off the Hook Yet

An End to Gum Control?

What John Chambers Sees Coming

Here's How It's Done, Kids


READERS REPORT

How Qualified Are CEO Coaches--and Coached CEOs?

At Least Fat People Don't Make Others Put on Pounds

Hong Kong's Independence Isn't in Danger

That Bud Wasn't for Him

The Perils of Pen-Based Computing

Making a Big Difference with the Smallest of Loans

Superchips Mean Less Choice for Consumers


CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS

"Revenge of the retirees" (Working Life, Nov. 18, 2002)

"The Stat" (BusinessWeek Investor, Nov. 18, 2002)

"The new shape of Europe" in "Mega Europe" (Special Report, Nov. 25, 2002)


BOOKS

Throwing Knives at Rupert Murdoch

The BusinessWeek Best-Seller List


TECHNOLOGY & YOU

Wireless Gizmos with Fewer Strings


ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT

Good News for Joe Trustfund, Bad News for Joe Sixpack


BUSINESS OUTLOOK

U.S.: Rough Pavement Now, but Not Down the Road

Italy: Help Is Not On the Way


NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY

Tidings of...?
The Toy That's Leaping Off the Shelves

American's Latest Test Flight

Commentary: Citi: Time for a Succession Plan
That's Giving Them an Earful, Eliot

Suddenly, Philip Morris Isn't Smokin'
What's the Marlboro Man's Game?
The Skinny on Teen Smoking

Schering-Plough Needs a New Chief--and Intensive Care

The Shock Waves Rocking Interpublic


IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK

Rudolph Giuliani: Thanks but No Thanks, Rudy

More Inches Per Gallon--or Else

Another Probe for Charter

A Small Tremor Hits Housing

The SEC: Beyond Sarbanes-Oxley

Cleaning Up After Charles Wang

Et Cetera...

Hammered


WASHINGTON OUTLOOK

Are Democrats Losing Their Grip on the Union Hall?

Will Whitman Go First?


INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

China's Exports: How Low Can Prices Go?

Commentary: Schröder Is Waffling While Germany Burns
The economy is floundering and the deficit ballooning, but the Chancellor can't seem to figure out what to do


INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK

Britain: The Unions Are Making Blair's Life Miserable

Pakistan's New Government


SPECIAL REPORT

A Mass Market of One
ONLINE EXTRA:  Where Customization Goes Sour
ONLINE EXTRA:  WellPoint's Health Pointers


THE CORPORATION

Gerstner's Surprise


SPORTS BUSINESS

Can Slot Machines Rescue Horse Racing?

Commentary: Salaries Are Slamming the NHL. Who's to Blame?


ENTERTAINMENT

Eisner Stays in the Picture
ONLINE EXTRA:  The Case Against an ABC/CNN Merger


FINANCE

Where's My Pension?

The Populist on the Banking Committee


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Attack of the Killer Dust
Biotech: Can We Keep the Genie in the Bottle?


INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT

Titanium Comes of Age


DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH

Introduction

Japan: Staying Tops in Teraflops?

Speeding the Traffic on Grids

When the Sims Meet the Cells

Innovations


BUSINESSWEEK INVESTOR

Save Those Home Videos--on DVD

An Edgy Family Car

Tune Up Your Car Loan

Putting Your Eggs in Many Baskets

How to Milk a Bond

Closed-End Treasure?

CO Gas: Thwarting an Invisible Killer


DIVIDENDS

Time to Get Back In?

Hit the Road

Faded Memories

Beware of Noise


THE BARKER PORTFOLIO

Schwab: Breaking the Code of Silence


INSIDE WALL STREET

Liberty: Going Cheap

Xerox' Image Is Getting Crisper

Is Inverness Being Fattened Up for Market?


FIGURES OF THE WEEK

Figures of the Week


EDITORIALS

The Good News about Philanthropy

Sandy Weill's Humiliation


INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT

Chechnya Is Better Off As Part of Russia

An Unrecognized Market for Pen-Based Computing?

Food-Industry Propaganda Is Not Education

Georgia and Russia: Correcting Our Math

U.S. Foreign Policy in Ireland Paved the Way for Peace


INTERNATIONAL -- CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS

"Offshore Fund Scoreboard" (Special Report, Nov. 4)


INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS

Who Is Wen Jiabao?


INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS

European CEOs Play Musical Chairs
Europe's chief execs are falling at a record pace. But are the new CEOs up to the challenges?

Cost-Cutting Worked at Telecom Italia...

My A8's Dashboard Is Cooler Than Yours

A Turkish Tycoon Speaks Out
Mustafa Koç, vice-chairman of the largest Turkish manufacturing group, on his nation's future in Europe


INTERNATIONAL -- FINANCE

Pension Woes Pile Up in Europe
Slumping markets and a rising cohort of retirees are causing funding shortfalls, forcing companies to dip deep into earnings

Shinsei Bank: Cappuccino, Mortgages, and an IPO?


INTERNATIONAL -- INT'L FIGURES OF THE WEEK

International Figures of the Week (.pdf)


INTERNATIONAL -- EDITORIALS

NATO Has Some Soul-Searching to Do
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Best Global Brands
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Best Places to Launch a Career
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BusinessWeek 50
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Asia's BusinessWeek 50
Europe's BusinessWeek 50

Customer Service Champs
Companies that excel at pleasing customers, based on J.D. Power & Associates customer satisfaction data and our own reader survey

Hot Growth 100
From young, upstart companies to those that have been around for centuries: Plus, regional rankings of top-performing small businesses in Asia and Europe:
Asia's Hot Growth 100
Europe's Hot Growth 100

Info Tech 100
Emerging-market cellular players, wireless phone and gear makers, and Web giants are this year's stars

World's Most Innovative Companies
Nurturing, creative cultures allow these companies to wow customers with innovative products and services

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