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Putting Families First

It’s hard to understand why President Clinton would stake his political future on a promise to cut the federal deficit [...]

Edwin J. Feulner October 1 1993

The Wages Of Niceness

A seminal moment in the history of the Clinton Administration occurred on May 23, 1993. First Lady Hillary Clinton, clad [...]

Joe Queenan October 1 1993

A Note From The Chief Executive

Your journal is in new but familiar hands.Chief Executive recently was acquired by The Chief Executive Group, led by myself [...]

Arnie Pollard October 1 1993

Sally C. Pipes

When CEOs lock and load during testimony at legislative and regulatory hearings, it’s Sally Pipes who sometimes provides the ammunition.As [...]

Lorri Grube October 1 1993

CEO OF THE YEAR 1993

JP Donlon CEO of the Year July 1 1993

Mark C. Miller

On the corner of Mark C. Miller’s desk, a papier-mache head fixes visitors with a meditative expression and imposing stare. [...]

Kathleen Murray March 1 1993

Mass Customization And The Changing Logistics Of Manufacturing

Mass manufactured, cookie-cutter products are going the way of the Model T. But how to customize affordably? Roundtable participants say the answer lies in new technologies and the ongoing integration of man and machines.

Chief Executive March 1 1993

Obvious To Some

It is a useful rule that whenever a consensus forms among the lumpen intelligentsia-that is, among those in the press, [...]

JP Donlon November 1 1992

Is This A Man’s World?

Not very long ago, I had occasion to attend one of the most repugnant gatherings of mammals I have ever [...]

Joe Queenan November 1 1992

True Value

If you ask a CEO to identify the primary target of his job, he might answer, “To make as much [...]

Robert W. Lear November 1 1992

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