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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

The Small Company Advisory Board

Small companies are big these days. Virtually all of our employment growth is in the small company area. The top [...]

Robert W. Lear March 1 1992

Mission Implausible

“And on Thursday at 2:00 p.m., sir, you have your annual checkup in the CVRC.”“What’s that new place for, Mary? [...]

Robert Bittlestone March 1 1992

The Hidden Value in Banks

The once risk-free bank investment has gone high-risk, but diligent investors can still find institutions that yield superior returns.

Paul H. Allen And Chandrika K. Tandon March 1 1992

A Passion for Prints

A CEO with a passion for collecting art can transform a mundane boardroom into a cultural showcase.

Dave H. Williams March 1 1992

Paul G. Stern

When your competitors are telecommunications concerns AT&T, Alcatel, and Siemens, running with the pack is a tall order. But under [...]

Judith Rehak March 1 1992

David A. Olsen

David A. Olsen briefly considered a career in architecture during his college days, but it was a fair bet that he [...]

Judith Rehak March 1 1992

Letters

EDUCATING EDWINTo the Editor:Once again, Dr. Edwin J. Feulner has provided a myopic, one-sided perspective on a complicated problem and [...]

Chief Executive March 1 1992

The Distribution Decade

For firms that see a cloudy marketing future, the only way out of the murkiness is to look deeper into their distribution systems.

Nancy Drozdow March 1 1992

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