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Sentence First, Verdict Afterwards

“When all is said and done, the modem rules [respecting tort liability] do not deter risk: they deter behavior that [...]

Lawrence G. Blackmon March 1 1989

The Information Edge

Chief executives will need to rethink what information-the data endowed with relevance and purpose-means for them. In information-based companies, “endowed” knowledge may well come from the bottom.

Alexander D. Jacobson March 1 1989

Cash-Rich Nestle Has Global Sweet Tooth

CEO Helmut Maucher is transforming the company into a very un-Swiss food giant.

John Carson-parker March 1 1989

Whatever Happened To Company Loyalty?

A gate sign on a Pennsylvania steel mill early in the century read: “Firings will continue until morale improves.”One might [...]

JP Donlon March 1 1989

TEAM BUILDING

Corporations that won’t think team, won’t make it.

Allan Cox March 1 1989

Miscellany

NEXT: NINE SYMPHONIES TO BE DIVESTED IN BEETHOVEN, CORP. BREAKUP The chairman of the board of the William Butler Yeats [...]

Chief Executive March 1 1989

Calling George Smiley

Forget James Bond. Modern business intelligence is closer to John LeCarre’s character; relying on persistent prodding and lateral thinking rather than flashy gadgets hidden in shoe soles. The best source for what your competitors are doing is often your own organization.

Leonard M. Fuld March 1 1989

ESOPs: And, Facts

Employee ownership is not new, but recent tax law changes, coupled with the threat of hostile takeovers, are creating interest in employee stock ownership plans. Beware the counterfeit ESOP, however.

Chief Executive March 1 1989

Beat The “Success” Tax

The new 15 percent excise tax affecting retirement plans calls for difficult decisions now to avoid unnecessary taxes in the future.

David L. Buchholz March 1 1989

Empowering Employees

Long a technological leader in the steel industry, Nucor is employing a commercially untested process which may catapult the $1 billion “mini-mill” into becoming the seventh largest U.S. steelmaker. Its real secret weapon, however, isn’t the technology.

Chief Executive March 1 1989

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