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Cashing In On Cachet

The profit-starved banking industry has picked up the scent of wealth. The result: private banks that pamper CEOs and others flush with cash. The era of bank as brand, banking for the busy, is in full swing.

Joseph Mccarthy May 1 1992

New York City-Fight Or Flight?

New York is coming to grips with a financial crisis far more serious than its brush with bankruptcy in 1975. But its struggles are also being monitored by other U.S. cities wrestling with their own demons.

Chief Executive May 1 1992

Miles Collier

Why is an eclectic tycoon with a passion for pyramids soiling his suits in the real estate trenches of southern [...]

Rosalind Resnick May 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

When Will EIS Deliver?

After learning the hard way that executive information system technology is not a corporate panacea, chief executives are implementing enterprise intelligence systems to revitalize business from the top down.

Jeffrey P.Stamen April 1 1992

In The Driver’s Seat

A BETTER IDEA: REDEFINING THE WAY AMERICANS WORK By Donald E. Petersen and John Hillkirk, Houghton Mifflin, 274 pp., $22.95.The [...]

Lawrence G. Blackmon April 1 1992

Atlanta Games

In 1996, the business capital of the New South will bask in the Olympic spotlight. But will the injection of capital provided by the games defuse the city’s subtle racial tensions or rehabilitate battered downtown neighborhoods?

Peter Lacey April 1 1992

The Performance Puzzle

All firms aim for strong performance, but few worry about what comprises such performance. Perhaps they should. The current run [...]

Marshall W. Meyer April 1 1992

Getting To Team

After a decade of financial maneuvering and restructuring, a competitive advantage in the 1990s can only come from one untapped source: the workforce. CEOs are rethinking how to empower people with a shared vision of their businesses’ future. The trouble is that not enough CEOs are following through.

Chief Executive April 1 1992

High Cost, Lower Risk

Senior managers are using derivatives to guard against fluctuations in energy prices. But such instruments can also enhance a competitive position, protect revenues, or bolster planning abilities.

Andrew J. Hall April 1 1992

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