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Pentirban Cowboy

THE NEW CORPORATE FRONTIER: THE BIG TOWN MOVE TO SMALL TOWN U.S.A. By David Heenan, McGraw-Hill, 262 pp., S19.95.It had [...]

Joe Queenan January 1 1992

Play To Win

Even when they battle the competition for fun, CEOs don’t like finishing second.

William F. Stasior January 1 1992

Visions 2000

In the concluding half of this series featuring nine leading figures in business, politics, law, academia, science, and education, four focus their sights over the horizon to guide CEOs toward the new century.

Chief Executive January 1 1992

Mark Baker

For British Telecom, a true North American presence was first established when it acquired TYMNET from McDonnell Douglas in 1989. [...]

Peter Lacey January 1 1992

Robert Kamerschen

The Chinese word for change or problem has two parts, says Robert Kamerschen, chairman and CEO of ADVO-System, the nation’s [...]

Paul Helou January 1 1992

Dean R. O’Hare

On Kentucky Derby Day, I take a deep breath if none of the horses have died on the track,” says [...]

Judith Rehak January 1 1992

Miscellany

HARVARD’S NEW COLORSThis announcement from the Harvard Divinity School’s Recycling Coordinator appeared in a recent issue of The Nave, the [...]

Chief Executive January 1 1992

Take The Fast Boat To China

A year ago, after returning from a business trip to the Orient, I wrote a column for this magazine that [...]

Robert W. Lear January 1 1992

Slouching Towards The New Order

An optimist is one who thinks this is the best of all possible worlds while the pessimist fears that this [...]

JP Donlon January 1 1992

Pining For The Eighties

One of the most successful entrepreneurial ventures of the 1980s were “fantasy” baseball weekends: mini spring-training camps set up in [...]

Joe Queenan January 1 1992

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