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Steven D. Goldstein

When he was given the top job at American Express Bank in March 1991, Steven D. Goldstein says, it was [...]

Peter Lacey July 1 1994

Stamps Of Approval

As an investment, rare stamps can outstrip the S&P 500. But many CEO philatelists are passionate about what others see only as gummed paper.

Peter Lacey March 1 1994

Rene Anselmo

In 1988, an explosion in French Guiana launched a new career for Rene Anselmo. The explosion could also have buried [...]

Peter Lacey May 1 1992

Power Yachts

Choosing the right model is as important as knowing port from starboard.

Peter Lacey January 1 1989

Maurice G. Hardy

Only serious environmental incidents like the recent-and costly-Perrier debacle remind most of us of the crucial importance of the “fluid [...]

Peter Lacey June 1 1990

Mark Baker

For British Telecom, a true North American presence was first established when it acquired TYMNET from McDonnell Douglas in 1989. [...]

Peter Lacey January 1 1992

Lawrence R. Pugh

In a $6 billion “jeanswear” market bursting at the seams with manufacturers, VF Corp.’s Wrangler, Lee, Rustler, and Girbaud brands [...]

Peter Lacey October 1 1992

Larry L. Prince

As the auto industry languishes, more and more people are repairing cars they might normally have traded in for new [...]

Peter Lacey March 1 1992

LA Flawed

The burning and looting that followed the Rodney King verdict compounded the problems of a city already reeling from an exodus of manufacturers and lobs. But the riots may have sounded a wake-up call for a CEO community traditionally fragmented and apathetic about community issues.

Peter Lacey July 1 1992

Kathy Keeton

It’s mind-boggling. You’re in another world!” Kathy Keeton is raving about one of her favorite subjects, virtual reality, but her [...]

Peter Lacey May 1 1992

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