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ChannelNew York Times: Business    
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  • The Phantom of the Fed      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:50 GMT
    In recent months, a chorus of voices has suggested that the Fed's own aggressive actions may have skewed the numbers on which it relies. 
  • Counting the Hats on Auditors      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:50 GMT
    While the data on how much companies are paying their auditors may seem dry, it is must reading for investors. 
  • Skin (and Mind) Care for Pregnant Women      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:50 GMT
    Mothers-to-be needn't take a fashion sabbatical just because they have entered the elastic-waistband phase. 
  • You Deserve a Raise. Now Try Telling the Boss.      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:50 GMT
    Confidence, but not arrogance, helps make a convincing case for more pay. 
  • Résumé Buffing, the Wall Street Way      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:50 GMT
    In an increasingly widespread type of back scratching, corporate America is giving lenders credit for strategic advisory work, even when they do little or nothing. 
  • Finding the Perfect Dress (And Actually Getting It)      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:50 GMT
    For brides, acquiring a fairy-tale, made-to-order dress requires a less-than-storybook approach. 
  • The Yin, the Yang and the Deal      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:50 GMT
    William Harrison may be the acquirer in the J. P. Morgan-Bank One merger, but it is becoming clear that James Dimon and his posse will call many of the shots. 
  • Life in 19 Moves      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:50 GMT
    Stanley T. Sigman, the president and chief executive of Cingular Wireless, has made 19 moves with his family during his career. 
  • Things Go Better With Bingooo, Qoo and Many Megapixels      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:50 GMT
    Why would Coke spend $6.5 million to put up an unthinkably complex 30-ton ad? 
  • A Happy Return to Research      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:50 GMT
    A designer of the Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet program, which brought personal computers into business use, is financing a nonprofit that develops software for small companies. 
  • Does Whatever a Spider (and a C.E.O.) Can      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:50 GMT
    Avi Arad, the chairman and chief executive of Marvel Studios, is the king of the summer comic book movie. 
  • Muse of the Beltway Book      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    Alice Mayhew is that rare editor whose name is known outside the industry; her books have made news through seven presidencies. 
  • The Pain Principle      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    Is the feeling that a product is working more important than whether it actually works? 
  • Goldman Curse Strikes Again      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    Executives at Goldman Sachs must be wishing that their former associates would stop running for the United States Senate - from Illinois, at least. 
  • The Report, the Review and a Grandstand Play      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    A headline distorted the news, and the work of a book critic was itself news. Or was it? 
  • Movie Ads or Political Ads? Complaint Says Line Is Too Fine      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    The advertising push behind Michael Moore's new documentary is angering some Republicans, who say it is little more than a commercial campaign devised to help Senator John Kerry. 
  • Grab the Brass Ring, or Just Enjoy the Ride?      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    Laura Nash wrote a book from interviews with hundreds of people who had achieved professional success but still could not stop striving for more. 
  • From Financial Planners, Advice for the Not-So-Rich      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    When you need financial help and have limited means, getting professional guidance doesn't have to cost a fortune. 
  • 135 Days of Counting Sideways      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    The stall in the stock market is likely to continue for a while. 
  • Cigarette Suit Says Maker Gave Samples to Children      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    BOSTON, June 26 (AP) - The son of a woman who died of lung cancer is planning to sue a cigarette company for giving her free samples when she was a girl, contending that the giveaways were aimed at black children. 
  • Lockheed Martin Terminates Merger Deal      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    By Bloomberg News. 
  • The Art of Hiding Among the Figs      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    Like the Victorians, who preferred that nude statues wear an emblem of modesty, Americans hide the ungainly corpus of their business practices behind similar veils. 
  • It's Almost Unanimous      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    The most unusual thing about this week's big economic events is that most analysts, for once, seem to be in close agreement about what is going to happen. 
  • Attention Wal-Mart Plaintiffs: Hurdles Ahead      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    In the biggest employment discrimination lawsuit ever filed, women are contending that Wal-Mart, the world's biggest company, discriminated against them. 
  • As Doctors Write Prescriptions, Drug Company Writes a Check      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    An investigation has shed light on the system of financial lures that drug companies use to persuade doctors to favor their products. 
  • Up, Yes. But How Much, How Fast?      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:49 GMT
    In some ways, the interest rate increases expected this week from the Federal Reserve may amount to a final exam for Alan Greenspan. 
  • Crimes of Others Wrecked Enron, Ex-Chief Says      Sun, 27 Jun 2004 05:38:48 GMT
    On the eve of what may be the government's final decision on whether to charge him with a crime, Kenneth L. Lay is talking about the company's collapse in 2001. 

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