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Peter McCausland

With his boyish face and habitual bow-tie, Peter McCausland, 45, still looks like the young lawyer from Philadelphia‘s Main Line [...]

Judith Rehak May 1 1995

John Tugwell

John Tugwell decided to give up his Harley-Davidson motorcycle two years ago after a nasty run-in with a pothole. But [...]

Judith Rehak May 1 1995

Bankers’ Trust

Nicholas W. Leeson, the trader and speculator who lost $1.4 billion of his employer’s money, had a nickname at 233 [...]

Joel Kurtzman May 1 1995

Build Versus Buy: Resist The Seduction

Are you a software company? No? Then why are you spending millions of dollars a year building software? My software [...]

Randall.K. Fields May 1 1995

The Next Health-Care Debate: ERISA

Federalism seems to be making a comeback in Washington. Welfare, nutrition, and crime-prevention responsibilities soon may be shifted from DU [...]

Pete Du Pont May 1 1995

On Advice and Advisers

One thing CEOs have plenty of is advice. It seems everyone wants to tell the CEO about how to manage [...]

Robert W Lear May 1 1995

All The Deductions You Deserve

It’s a never-ending pursuit: trying to interpret the ever-changing tax code to make use of all of the deductions to [...]

Larry C. Rabun May 1 1995

Kenneth L. Way

You’d think there might be fireworks, or at least a brass band out front. After all, how many other $3.15 [...]

Bill Hampton May 1 1995

Stupified

For the past year or so, cultural critics have been ranting about the rise of dumbness as the dominant motif [...]

Joe Queenan May 1 1995

Letters

ECONOMICALLY INCORRECTTo The Editor:We don’t need a balanced budget amendment. But we do need a mechanism to make our government [...]

Chief Executive May 1 1995

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