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Tax Man

Hoping for deep tax cuts, simplification or reform to stimulate business activity? Given the widening gap between Congress and President Bush, don’t hold your breath. And don’t turn to Dan Rostenkowski, who says he’s more interested in slashing the deficit and balancing the budget.

Chief Executive June 1 1992

A CEO Copes With Chapter 11

What strikes fear into even the flintiest chief executive? Two possibilities: Having the board of directors withdraw its support and filing for Chapter 11. But horrors aside, running the bankruptcy gauntlet can actually be instructive.

Wayne E. Waldera June 1 1992

Environmentalist, Heal Thyself

HEALING THE PLANET: STRATEGIES FOR RESOLVING THE ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS By Paul R. Erlich and Anne H. Erlich, Addison-Wesley, 366 pp., [...]

Ronald Bailey Green Business May 1 1992

Seven Deadly Sins Of Energy Waste

I ‘m going to stick my neck out by saying that businesses nationwide waste millions each year on water and [...]

Dan Waters May 1 1992

The 10 Percent Solution

Runaway health-care costs would not have fooled Vilfredo Pareto. If he were alive today, the 19th century Italian-Swiss economist and [...]

John Burry Jr. May 1 1992

A Natural Selection

Darwin’s theory that only the strong survive may have been a prescient flash about giant Genentech and the cutthroat biotechnology industry. Now 16 years old, the concern has continued to outshine most younger, flashier competitors.

Chief Executive May 1 1992

Relaunching A Conservative Ship Of State

With the party conventions and national elections just ahead, many business executives soon will find themselves in a quandary: Do [...]

Edwin J. Feulner May 1 1992

Escape To Fantasy Island

Shopping for a vacation bargain? For a scant $20 million, you can put down roots in a tropical paradise.

Brenda Fine May 1 1992

Jon C. Madonna

As competition sharpens in the accounting industry, Jon C. Madonna, chairman and chief executive of KPMG Peat Marwick, is wagering [...]

Judith Rehak May 1 1992

James Worth

Every time physicists in Upton, NY, and Dallas attempt to recreate the Big Bang, Oxford Superconducting Technology will play a [...]

Paul Helou May 1 1992

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