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Housing: That Sinking Feeling
Homeowners are getting slammed as builders slash prices. The big question: Will this shock treatment help hasten the end of the painful downturn?
COVER IMAGE: That Sinking Feeling
CHART: The Discount Formula
ONLINE EXTRA: Commentary: Bullish Analysts and the Housing Market
ONLINE EXTRA: Slide Show: America's Most Hammered Homebuilders
Marketing Plastic: The New College Try
Bittersweet Memories At Hershey
Slide Show: How Much Is That In Krone?
Protected Parking For Pedalers
Research Finally Gets Its Due
A Coal-Fired IPO
Where Have All The Tightwads Gone?
The Downside Of Embracing Ethanol
Colleges And Credit Cards: How Cozy?
What Big Accounting Firms Don't Teach You
Tech Support: Coddling Bosses Can Hurt Business
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS
"Wage Wars" (Cover Story, Oct. 1, 2007)
"Subprime Hits The Subcontinent" (Up Front, Sept. 24, 2007)
"John Galloway" (The Power 100, Oct. 8, 2007)
TECHNOLOGY & YOU
Fine. But Where's The Wow?
Music, Critics, And Crowds
Don't Count Out The Consumer Just Yet
Housing Speculators Are Ready To Bail
THE BUSINESS WEEK
Bad News? What Bad News?
The Fate Of GM's Plants
Nokia's New Direction
A Cloud Over EADS
O.K., We Bid Too High
Wal-Mart Gets The Nod
P&G: More Housecleaning
Alcatel Wants Action
He's Sour On Hershey
Verdict Of The Week
NEWS & INSIGHTS
Subprime Woes At Cerberus
Join The FON Club, Be A Hotspot
Microsoft Wants Your Health Records
Firing Up India's Factories
Bottlenecks In Toyland
The Talent Hunt
With innovation and globalization top priorities, corporations are designing programs for the next generation of creative managers
Solar's Day In The Sun
The big hurdle has been finding a technology that can match the low cost of fossil fuel. John O'Donnell thinks he has that licked
Interactive Graphic: Field Of Mirrors
ONLINE EXTRA: Video: How Solar Panels Can Cut Your Electric Bills
That's One Way To Reinvent A Company
The Rise Of The Affinity Cell Phone
The Clock And The Paycheck
DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH
A Different Tune For CD Players
Lessons From Roach Night School
Of Economic Choices—Human And Otherwise
Bright Lights, Big Game
A Classier C-Class
EXECUTIVE LIFE -- PARKER ON WINE
Delights From Promising Palmina
The New Exchange-Traded Funds
There are now many more options for expanding your portfolio's global reach
INSIDE WALL STREET
Strong Bids At Sotheby's
Polycom: A Chance To Dial In?
Safer Surgery With Stereotaxis
FIGURES OF THE WEEK
Figures of the Week (.pdf)
Online Extra: Production Index Components
IDEAS -- BOOKS
Fill 'Er UpBut With What?
IDEAS -- OUTSIDE SHOT
Bad Medicine For Health Care
IDEAS -- THE WELCH WAY
Breaking Through The Bias
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