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JERRY LEWIS WOULD BE PROUDThe French usually like to congratulate Americans who flail at the establishment back home, so here [...]

Chief Executive April 1 1992

Giving By Objective

For five years now, Capital Research Center of Washington, DC, has been putting heat on U.S. corporations merely by focusing [...]

Edwin J. Feulner April 1 1992

The Eyes Have It

Savvy investors know that the key to success in the stock market is not necessarily picking the individual stocks that [...]

Joe Queenan April 1 1992

Going, Going, Gone

A CEO friend of mine not long ago postulated, “Nothing is sacred anymore!” He was referring to a recent article [...]

Robert W. Lear April 1 1992

In From The Cold

At the World Economic Forum, Oleg Kalugin was listed as a Deputy of the Russian Parliament, a post he held [...]

JP Donlon April 1 1992


CEO PAY: THE ICEBERG EFFECTTo the Editor:The exchange of viewpoints in the compensation roundtable [" CEOs Can Resolve The Row [...]

Chief Executive April 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


HERSHEY’S FOR THE HOMELESSBetsy Howard lost 10 pounds, bought a box of chocolates as a reward, then began to get [...]

Chief Executive March 1 1992

Choosing The Right Friends

In the early 1970s, General Electric began to think about building a new class of commercial aircraft engines. Although GE [...]

Edwin J. Feulner March 1 1992

The Mavericks Among Us

When Americans are asked to single out a specific group of people who are most to blame for our problems [...]

Joe Queenan March 1 1992

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