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The Endless Incubator

How can an old joint venture, with joint ventures of its own, stay young? Dow Corning does it by using what it knows about partnering to link up with its own industrial customers.

Chief Executive October 1 1990

What To Do WhenYou’re Not #1 Or #2

Though GE wrote it in stone, you can still succeed by breaking the commandment.

Bob Donnelly October 1 1990

The 10 Best Annual Reports Of 1989…And ‘the 10 Worst

Sid Catp October 1 1990

Gold: Glitter or Glut?

Gold is up when oil is up because Arabs go in and out of gold the way Westerners go in and out of banks. But can they buy enough to drive gold prices back to $850 an ounce?

Harry M.Conger October 1 1990

Missionaries For Democracy?

The apparent collapse of the communist threat around the world raises the important question of what principles should guide U.S. [...]

Chief Executive October 1 1990

A Little Glasnost Of Our Own

Mainland Chinese women, according to a recent New York Times report, consider “comrade” a weary and outdated form of address [...]

JP Donlon October 1 1990

How Dumb Can CEOs Be?

Pundits are fond of calling the U.S. Congress “the best that money can buy.” They’ve got it all wrong. American [...]

Edwin J. Feulner October 1 1990

David Kirschner

Beyond the great dragon’s maw there is a realm called Dark Water,” says David Kirschner, president and CEO of Hanna-Barbera, [...]

Tom Ashton October 1 1990

Investing In People

Last month, on Labor Day, we honored the U.S. work force amid growing concern about its quality and its future. We can change that future, but we must act now.

David L. Crawdord October 1 1990

Steven T. Flurio

When S.I. Newhouse’s Advance Publications paid $200 million for The New Yorker in 1985, many industry observers thought he’d paid [...]

Chief Executive October 1 1990

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