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January, 1970

Our Ailing Medical System – the Medical Industrial Complex, Hard Times Come To The Hedge Funds

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February, 1970

The Environment – A National Mission For The Seventies – A Special Issue

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March, 1970

The Myth of a Leisure Society, Franchising: The Bubbles Are Busting, Banks Need More Freedom To Compete

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April, 1970

Chrysler’s Rocky  Road Back, Gold Enters A Not-So-Gilded Age, The World’s Biggest Dam Builders – 3 copies

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May, 1970

AT&T’s Age of Anxiety, Ranking the Largest U. S. Corporations, Why This Inflation Is Tougher – 2 copies

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June, 1970

Fortune’s Ranking of then “Second 500” U. S. Corporations, Hot Prospects for Computer Hardware

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July, 1970

Richard Nixon’s Very Personal White House, Blue-Collar Blues in the Assembly Line, Jersey Standard

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August, 1970

World Business – Ranking the 200 Largest Industrials, The Real Story of Penn Central – 5 copies

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September, 1970

The Big Shift in Government Spending, The Withering Aircraft Industry, Boomtime in the Rockies – 4 copies

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October, 1970

Asia’s Great Leap in Textiles, GE’s Costly Ventures Into the Future, The Building Trades vs. the People – 4 copies

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November, 1970

The Armed Forces: Making Due With Less, What’s Behind the “Energy Crisis”, New Ways to More Power with Less Pollution – 3 copies

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December, 1970

White Collar Woes, The Big Shake-Up on Wall Street, Reinforced Concrete – 3 copies

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January, 1971

U. S. Economy in an Age of Uncertainty, Anarchy Threatens the Kingdom of Coal – 2 copies

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February, 1971

Union Power and the New Inflation, High Style Disrupts the Men’s Wear Industry – 3 copies

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March, 1971

The Senseless War on Science, Recasting the Steel Industry, The Case For Technology

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April, 1971

What Future For Autos?, Oil and the Environment – The View from Maine

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May, 1971

The Largest U. S. Corporations, Chief Executives on Nixon, Vietnam, the Economy, Nader: An Assessment – 2 copies

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June, 1971

The “Second 500” U. S. Industrial Corporations, The Salvage of the Lockheed 1011 – 4 copies

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July, 1971

The U. S. Transportation System and How To Make It Run

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August, 1971

The 200 Largest Corporations Outside the U. S., Oil and the Arabs

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September, 1971

Lawyers and the Law, California Wine Comes Into its Own – 2 copies

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October, 1971

A Bad New Era For Common Stocks, That Ever Expanding Pension Balloon, Growing Pains in the Credit Card Business

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November, 1971

Taiwan’s Surprising Confidence, What Do the Unions Really Want? – 4 copies

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December, 1971

World Monetary Reform, The Texas Banker Who Bought Politicians

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January, 1972

Pan Am’s Struggle to Remain Airborne, Embattled Consumer Products – 3 copies

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February, 1972

Productivity: The Long-Term Prospects, Tempest in Toyland, The Time-Bomb Inside the Democratic Party – 2 copies

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March, 1972

Emerging debate About inflation, The Hysteria About Food Additives – 4 copies

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April, 1972

A Small Town That Has Kept Its’ Vigor—Spencer, Iowa, Why The U. S. Lags in Technology – 3 copies

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May, 1972

The Fortune 500, Merrill Lynch Bull Is Loose On Wall Street

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June, 1972

The “Second 500” U. S. Industrial Corporations, Upjohn’s New Wonder Drug, Nobody Pours It Like Fannie Mae

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July, 1972

An Auto Revolution Sweeps From Japan, Conservatism May Have A Future After All

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August, 1972

A List of 300 Largest Corporations Outside the U. S., Corporate Farming

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September, 1972

I.T.T. and R.C.A., How Long Will Our Natural Resources Last?

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October, 1972

Our Finite Riches: Part II, The View From the Price Commission

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November, 1972

The Runaway Federal Budget, While Big Brewers Quaff, The Little Ones Thirst

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December, 1972

Rethinking the Tax System, Change Comes to Matsushita

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January, 1973

How to Make Congress More Effective, DuPont’s Newly Competitive Way of Life – 2 copies

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February, 1973

A Bold New Style in Office Buildings, Why the Russians Are Shopping in the U. S. – 3 copies

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March, 1973

Labor’s Big Push For Protectionism, The Great I.O.S. Securities Fraud – 3 copies

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April, 1973

Women in Top Management, Nixon II: The Big Course Change – 3 copies

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May, 1973

The Fortune 500, Henry Ford: Superstar – 3 copies

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June, 1973

The Hazards of “Corporate Responsibility”, Second Largest 500 Industrial Corporations

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July, 1973

The Largest Non-Industrial Companies, Wall Street’s Two-Tier Miseries

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August, 1973

Equity Funding: Anatomy of a Scandal, Multinational Corporations

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September, 1973

The Largest Industrial Companies – And Banks – Outside the U.S., The New Rich of the Seventies

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October, 1973

Will Growth Spoil A Mountain Paradise?, The Imperial Lifestyle of the U.S. President

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November, 1973

Life on the Regional Stock Exchanges, Capturing Clean Gas and Oil from Coal

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December, 1973

How Schlesinger Is Reordering the Pentagon’s Priorities, The Case for the Zeppelin – 3 copies

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January, 1974

The Baffling Questions About the U. S. Economy, Detroit Turns Against the Gas-Guzzling Monster

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February, 1974

Ingenious New Ways of Building With Steel, Why Weather Is Getting Worse

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March, 1974

The Bicycle Craze, The Far-reaching Consequences of High-priced Oil – 3 copies

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April, 1974

The Arab Money Managers. U.S. Oil Company Profits, How the Undertakers Wound Up With “The Exorcist”, Salesmanship In the Age of Shortages - 2 copies

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May, 1974

Fortune 500 Largest U.S. Industrials. Ethics of Business, Treatment for “The English Sickness, New Age of Coal - 3 copies

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June, 1974

Do Executives Take Enough Vacation?  Scoop Jackson: A Balance Sheet, California’s Great Breeding Ground for Industry - 2 copies

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July, 1974

Directory of the Largest Non-Industrial Companies. Struggle Against Inflation, Agony of the Federal Reserve, Milton Friedman Prescribes a Painkiller

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August, 1974

Latin America: New Vision of the Future. Fortune Directory of Top Companies Outside the U.S. - 3 copies

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September, 1974

Surprising Toronto: What Makes It a Great City. Remedy for Inflation, Two Faces of Xerox, Costs of Moving Executives Around – 2 copies

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October, 1974

 

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November, 1974

 

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December, 1974

 

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January, 1975

A Business Hall of Fame – 2 copies

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February, 1975

Employment Office – Enter. To Help the Jobless, New York’s Office Building Debacle, New Exploration of Planet Earth – 2 copies

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March, 1975

America Gets a Taste of Japanese Management. Citibank’s Invincible Strategy – 2 copies

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April, 1975

Special Bicentennial Issue: The American System

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May, 1975

Fortune 500 Largest U.S. Industrials.

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June, 1975

Why We Need the CIA. Slow Road Back to Full Employment, Mystery of Insomnia

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July, 1975

President Ford and Donald Rumsfeld cover. Managing the Presidency: The View Inside the White House, Unions, U.S. Business and the Arab Boycott, Largest Non-Industrial Corporations.

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August, 1975

Global Recession. Moral Problems in Multinational Businesses, Changing Fortunes of the Dollar, Largest Corporations Outside the U.S.

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September, 1975

The New Look of Mexico. How Business Can Become More Politically Effective, NCR, Sound of Money in Rock Music

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October, 1975

Going to School in a Helicopter Hangar. Vice Presidency and Nelson Rockefeller, Onassis Legacy, Coal Millionaire in Texas

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November, 1975

Plant Construction: Where Inflation Hurts the Most. Huge Potential of Tiny Computers, How Fertilizer Made Erol Beker’s Profits Grow, Upside-Down World of the U.N. – 2 copies

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December, 1975

Master Caterer to the World’s Seafarers. Twilight of Tax Exempt Bonds. Twilight of Tax-Exempt Bonds - 2 copies

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January, 1976

New Series: Capital Needs For a Growing Economy. Business Hall of Fame, Minneapolis: A City That’s Making It, State of World Communism - 2 copies

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February, 1976

James Schlesinger on the Not-So-Hidden Crisis of Western Civilization. Personnel Dept. Comes In from the Cold, Chemicals: A Wary Push Downstream

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March, 1976

3 copies

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April, 1976

The Dangerous Strains on Agricultural Capacity. Why Americans Can’t Afford Their Dream House, Costliest Takeover Ever, Growth Phenomenon Called Beatrice

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May, 1976

Fortune 500 Largest U.S. Industrials

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June, 1976

Gulf’s Struggle To Clean Itself. The Geico Debacle, Pension-Fund Management Change, Second 500 Largest Industrial Corporations

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July, 1976

G.M. vs. Ford: The Biggest Battle Since the Twenties. Those “Bribes” Abroad, New Answers to Riddle of Aging, Largest Non-Industrial U.S. Companies - 3 copies

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August, 1976

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September, 1976

A Mecca For Builders in Arabia. That It Takes To Conquor Inflation, Kodak, Why Mobile Talks Back - 2 copies

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October, 1976

What’s Happening to American Drinking Habits? Post-Recession Japan, Rethinking Unemployment, R.J. Reynolds Winning Strategy in the Cigarette War - 2 copies

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November, 1976

MCA in the Wake of “Jaws”. Strategy of dealing with the Third World, Great Paperwork Plague, Cost of Cleaning Up the Environment

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December, 1976

Life On An Offshore Oil Rig. Irvine Company, Must Corporate Climbers Be Heartless?, New Generation of Drugs - 3 copies

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January, 1977

The Tough Budget Decisions Facing Carter. Business Hall of Fame, Behind Burroughs Phenomenal Success, Annual Physicals For Executives: Are They Worth It?, 18-Month Economic Forecast - 3 copies

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February, 1977

Sugar – After the Boom and Bust. An Oilman’s Case for National Planning, The Russians As Multinational Businessmen, Health Care: A Radical Prescription - 3 copies

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March, 1977

Threat To the New York Stock Exchange: What This Man Is Doing About It. Personal Hands-On Management, The Mind-Benders: Chemicals That Can Change the Way You Think - 2 copies

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April, 1977

Weyerhauser’s Bold Plan For Improving On Nature, Kind of Tax System We Need, Exxon Office Products Inc., The Unknown Chinese - 2 copies

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May, 1977

Fortune 500 Largest U.S. Industrials

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June, 1977

Carter’s Economic Team: How Policy Is Made. Super-Wheeler-Dealer From Saudi Arabia, Why Business Loves the Sunbelt, Second 500 Largest U.S. Industrial Corporations - 3 copies

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July, 1977

Has Success Spoiled American Science? David Rockefeller’s Deadline at the Chase, A Brazilian Billonaire Who Made It in Coffee, Largest Non-Industrial Companies -  2 copies

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August, 1977

Telephoning the Third World – I.T.T. vs. Siemens vs. Ericson vs. Western Electric….  Tide Ebbing for Multinationals, How Sohio Bet Its Life in Alaska, 500 Largest Industrial Companies Abroad - 3 copies

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September, 1977

Business Is Still Terrific in Park’s Korea. How the Republican Party Lost America, New Strategies for Selling Whisky, Battle for the Home Videorecorder Market - 2 copies

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October, 1977

Roy Anderson and Robert Haack: How They Managed Lockheed’s Comeback. What the U.S. Should Aim For in SALT, When Will the World Run Out of Oil? - 2 copies

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November, 1977

Pension Funds Are Sicker Than They Look. Lazard Freres After Andrew Meyer, Japanese Executives Explain Their System - 4 copies

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December, 1977

Thrills and Spills in the “Theme Park” Business. Where Promising New Companies Are Being Born, Bank Regulations, Can Business Afford to Work for Government

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January 16, 1978

How General Motors Remodeled Itself. What Kind of Tax Cut?, Teledyne’s Mysterious Investments, Jerry Ford Speaks His Mind, Rebellion in Transamaerca

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January 30, 1978

Laser Fusion: On the Road to Energy Independence. Japan’s Export Strategy, Knotty Problems at International Paper, Ordeal of Mike Blumenthal, Business Hall of Fame – 3 copies

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February 13, 1978

Coal and the Environmentalists: A Try For Détente. Nestle’s Big Push in the U.S., Strategy For Steel, Polaroid Stops Kodak Cold – 2 copies

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February 27, 1978

(James) Schlesinger At Storm’s Center. Americans Love Those Trucks and Vans, Inside Morgan Stanley, RoyAsh’s Turnaround Job, Spies in Silicon Valley – 3 copies

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March 13, 1978

Xerox’s Fuzzy Future. Redlining – It’s a Myth, Change Comes to Wall Street Firms, How Bill Miller Ran Textron’s Pension Funds

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March 27, 1978

Business Finds Its Voice in Washington (cover of Shapiro of Du Pont and Jones of G.E.). Here Comes the Revolution of the Checkout Counter, Magic-Dirt Medicine Show Starring John Wayne, How Should Britain Use That Oil Money?

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April 10, 1978

Mexico Becomes An Oil Power. Northrop’s Master Salesmen, Siemens – Everybody’s Competitor – 3 copies

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April 24, 1978

The Demagogy About Business Entertaining. Learning to Sell To Japan, New Formula at Schlitz, The C.P.I.’s Biases – 3 copies

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May 8, 1978

The 500 Largest U.S. Industrial Corporations. 298 pages – 2 copies

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May 22, 1978

The Shakeout On Wall Street. Tar Sands, Gross National Product, Training Pilots of Corporate Jets, Big Play in Chicago Milwaukee, A.I.G. – 2 copies

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June 5, 1978

Atlanta’s Hushed-Up Banking Mess. Kennecott After the Battle, Coping With the Civil Service, New Leap in Computers? – 2 copies

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June 19, 1978

Why U.S. Companies Should Stay in South America. Carter’s Jawboning Strategy, Nightmare of J.P. Stevens, Second 500 Largest Industrial Corporations – 2 copies

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July 3, 1978

The Budget: The Scariest Thing in Washington. Mind Reading the Consumer, Last Chance for British Leyland, America’s Richest Museum (J. Paul Getty Museum) – 2 copies

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July 17, 1978

The Economic Forecast For the Next 18 Months. Can AT&T Learn to Sell?, An Audit of Accounting’s Big Eight, Women at the Top – 2 copies

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July 31, 1978

Saudi Arabia’s Drive to Industrialize (Minister of Planning Hisham Nazer cover). The Irrational One-Tier Stock Market, John Connally – Businessman – 2 copies

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August 14, 1978

Why the World Economy Is Slowing Down. Largest Industrial Companies Abroad, Lorillard’s Daring Marketers, Mom and Pop Refiners Get Rich Off Controls – 2 copies

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August 28, 1978

 

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September 11, 1978

 

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September 25, 1978

Boeing’s Daring Commitment. A Breakthrough in Preventative Medicine, Japan’s Computer Offensive?

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October 9, 1978

The Headhunters Are After You. The Tax-Evasion Economy, How to Defend Europe, Struggle Over Hughes Aircraft

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October 23, 1978

 

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November 6, 1978

Shrinking the Supermarket Giant (A&P). How Executives Misuse Their Time, Baron Empain: After the Kidnapping, Competition Comes to American Express – 2 copies

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November 20, 1978

What It Means To Be Number Two (USSR). The Case Against Coal, Economic  Modelers at War in Washington, The Banker Who Wants C. Arnholt Smith’s Wreckage – 2 copies

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December 4, 1978

The Presidency vs. Jimmy Carter. Behind the Productivity Slump, Why U.S. Home Corp. Is a Winner, Airport Mess

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December 18, 1978

The Truckers Brace For Deregulation. How the Currency Experts View the Dollar, Is Management Getting Too Complex?, Hart Skis’ Happy Divorce

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December 31, 1978

The Reformation at RCA – Edgar H. Griffiths. Dilemma of U.S. Business in Iran, How the Fed Has Been Feeding Inflation, Greyhound vs. Trailways: A Battle Both Are Losing

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January 15, 1979

Living With Job Quotas at AT&T. How Anheuser-Busch Stays on Top, Our Unelected Lawmakers, Rupert Murdoch Says He’s Here to Stay

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January 29, 1979

Candid Reflections of a Businessman in Washington (Secretary of the Treasury Michael Blumenthal). Factories That Will Orbit in Space, Can CBS Bright Its Picture? – 2 copies

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February 12, 1979

America’s Invisible Rich. Taiwan’s Future, Nightmare of Natural-Gas Decontrol, Cadillac’s Super Salesman – 2 copies

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February 26, 1979

Global Superbuilder – J. Robert Fluor of Fluor. Soviet View of the Arms Balance, Friedrich Flick Redeploys His Fabulous Wealth, Way to Bypass Costly Litigation

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March 12, 1979

Breaking the Nuclear-Energy Stalemate. Why the U.S. Failed in Iran, Subtle Power of the Executive Secretary

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March 26, 1979

The Trustbusters Go After “Bigness”. Business Hall of Fame, Why Braniff Is in a Hurry, Hard Realities of Making Deals With China – 2 copies

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$15.00

April 9, 1979

The Overprotected Consumer. Middle East Aftermath: Rebuilding U.S. Policy, How AMF Plans for the Foggy Future, Bill Lear’s Deathbed Command

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April 23, 1979

Growth Rocks the Record Industry: Three Tycoons Called the Bee Gees. Why Carter’s New Energy Policy Won’t Do, World According to Zbigniew Brzezinski, Momentous Legal Spillage from the “Amoco Cadiz”

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May 7, 1979

 

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May 21, 1979

Judges Get A Crash Course in Economics. Coping with OPEC’s Price Spiral, McGraw-Hill After the Takeover Battle

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June 4, 1979

How the Contractors Broke the Unions’ Grip. Debate About U.S. Export Policy, Are Businessmen Too Scared of Washington?, The CEO Who Survived at Consolidated Foods

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June 18, 1979

An Airline Powered By Charm (Singapore Airlines). Harvard Business School, “Windfall Oil Profits”, Second 500 Largest Industrials

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July 2, 1979

Television’s Widening World (Pay TV, Cable, etc.) Sears Gropes For a Winning Formula, SALT and the Threat to Our ICBM’s, Tax-Exempt Mortgage Bonds

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July 16, 1979

 

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July 30, 1979

The Oil Companies Under Siege (cover by Jack Davis). IBM Stirred Things Up With the 4300, Shooting for the Top Job at General Electric

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August 13, 1979

 

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August 27, 1979

 

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September 10, 1979

 

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September 24, 1979

A Progress Report on Alternative Energy Sources. Oil and Gas From Cole, Shale, Solar, Biomass, How Do We Get There From Here?

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October 8, 1979

Beginning a New Series: The U.S. Economy in the 80s

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October 22, 1979

 

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November 5, 1979

Gold’s Assault on the Dollar. Singer in Trauma, Demography’s Glad Tidings for the Eighties, The Management Caldron at Pillsbury – 2 copies

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November 19, 1979

The Saga of the IBM Bond Issue. Will the Volcker Squeeze Really Work?, Levi Strauss Dresses Up, Gloom in New York’s Boom

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December 3, 1979

Ugly Competition For Pretty Faces – Wilhelmina of Wilhelmina Models Inc.  The Embattled Presidency: What the Candidates Say, Better Prospects for Productivity

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December 17, 1979

I.T.T.’s $600-Million Licking in Quebec. Robots Invade the Factory, Cancer and the Diesel Car, McDonnell Douglas’s DC-10 Hangover – 2 copies

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December 31, 1979

 

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