Abstracts: A struggling marriage. The business of war: upmarket mercenaries help regimes in need. Out of the ashes: destitute and weary Angola is struggling to emerge from the shadow of civil war
Abstracts: A study says many traditional marketers are quickly becoming devotees of cyberspace. Many big brand names steer clear of the 'Dr. Laura' show
Abstracts: A stumbling start. Breaking down in Berlin: Schroder says better days are ahead, but who's listening? Evasion and error
Abstracts: A stunning setback. A republic deeply divided. Biting the Apple: in a stunning move, Microsoft's Bill Gates bails out former rival Steve Jobs
Abstracts: A stylistic departure for I.B.M. MCI pulls account from Wells, Rich. Advertising: in overseas campaign, I.B.M. tries to brighten its Big Blue image with a pink cartoon character
Abstracts: A subversive sympathy: the stories of Peter Taylor and the illusions they bring to life. Links with history: courses designed by Donald Ross put golfers in touch with a more philosophical era
Abstracts: A summer slowdown in sales spurs additional efforts by archrivals Pizza Hut and Domino's. Gillette goes to the extreme with ads featuring Tom Green
Abstracts: A Summer Uptick For the Airlines, But Then What? Another Day Of Uncertainty For Airlines. U.S. to Allow Northwest Air To Use Stock In Pensions
Abstracts: A Summer Uptick For the Airlines, But Then What? Survival of Fittest and Leanest Becomes Strategy for the Airlines
Abstracts: A summit engulfed by crisis: alarm grows over Asia's worsening financial turmoil. 'The world's worst loser:' Mickey Kantor takes on trade
Abstracts: As unemployment rate declines, spectre of worker shortage raised. Wealth gap grew wider; StatsCan study finds
Abstracts: A supreme dilemma: a judge's retirement raises the national unity stakes. Closing the gap
Abstracts: As Uses Grow, Tiny Materials' Safety Is Hard to Pin Down. Federal Panel Consolidates Vioxx Suits. Lawyers Organizing for Mass Suits Over Vioxx
Abstracts: As Uses Grow, Tiny Materials' Safety Is Hard to Pin Down. Open Wallets for Open-Source Software. Revenue in Key Line Falls, And Oracle's Shares Slide
Abstracts: A sweet victory and a tough loss. Bush's battle cry. A whiff of victory...but now it's war
Abstracts: A swell party. Through hell and high water. Turn of the tide
Abstracts: Asylum politics. Prudential strife. Now we are one
Abstracts: A systematically tested intervention for managing reactive depression. Postpartum depression screening scale: Spanish version
Abstracts: A system to speed airline travel. I.B.M. in technology pact with Thinking Machines. I.B.M. and Intel form chip alliance
Abstracts: A tale of two comebacks. What you should know about breast cancer. Women climb against cancer
Abstracts: A tale of two festivals. Catch a rising star; cool movies and hot talent light up Toronto's film festival. Killer movies
Abstracts: A Tale of Two Troubled Turnarounds. Much of Visteon Comes Spinning Back to Ford. California's New Emissions Standards Ignite a Debate Over Price
Abstracts: A tale of two veterans. Saskatchewan in the familial way. Between the covers with Kim Campbell
Abstracts: A talk with Bill Clinton. The economic consequences of Mr. Clinton. Raiding nation
Abstracts: At an annual management conference, agencies vow to 'lean forward' into the online world. Offbeat TV shows test agencies' skills
Abstracts: AT and T Canada buys e-business consultancy for race with Bell. E-commerce firm in talks to be acquired
Abstracts: A Tangle in Textiles. Home Decor, a la Teenager. Shh! Just Pretend You've Never Seen Those Styles
Abstracts: A tasty dorsal. Post-office politics. Portals of empowerment
Abstracts: ATA takes long view to success with business fliers. Some e-ticket fliers can print boarding pass on PC. JetBlue earns its wings
Abstracts: A Tax Debate Full of Hazards For Democrats. Patriots Win 2nd Super Bowl in 3 Years. Michigan's Online Ballot Spurs New Strategies for Democrats
Abstracts: A taxing situation: the blended sales tax has made few friends. No place to hide: personal privacy is one of the casualties at the racy Marilyn Tan trial
Abstracts: A tax on mommy. Nine Misconceptions About Social Security. The social contradictions of Japanese capitalism
Abstracts: ATB Financial profit climbs on loan recovery. ATB forecasts loss due to beef ban. Oil trusts confident of RRSP eligibility
Abstracts: ATB forecasts loss due to beef ban. CAE turbulance leads to big yearly loss. Higher freight rates keep CPR rolling in profit
Abstracts: ATB's former head alleges defamation. ATB alleges wide bribery schemes. Oilers' sale assists ATB profit
Abstracts: ATB's former head alleges defamation. ATB strips Pocklington of fee income. Judge rejects mall's attempt to stop suit
Abstracts: ATB takes writedown on mall loans; Alberta bank anticipates loses from financing guarantees to Ghermezians' West Edmonton Mall
Abstracts: ATB takes writedown on mall loans; Alberta bank anticipates loses from financing guarantees to Ghermezians' West Edmonton Mall. part 2
Abstracts: At Cadillac, it's luxury, 1950s style. New-age corporate titans go casual. GM to introduce Internet-wired vehicles
Abstracts: Atco chairman urges firms to join forces. Investor moves Husky stake. TSE in talks with Hong Kong exchange
Abstracts: Atco first Canadian firm to win key business in Iraq rebuilding. Diamond speculator's quest at heart of mystery
Abstracts: Atco puts gas, electric retail units on block. Competition cops raided power firms. U.S. power company plans $450-million plant in Calgary
Abstracts: Atco to acquire Wolcott Gas Processing. EnCana selling undeveloped oil find off Brazil. Private equity party fuelled by cheap debt
Abstracts: Atco to build hydro plant in Alberta. Premier backs Voisey's. Irving renews quest for gas plant approval
Abstracts: Atco to build hydro plant in Alberta. Winnepeg buoyed by expanding industrial and retail sector. Austrian oppose Czech nuclear plant
Abstracts: A teen says "Warlock" drove him to murder; did a horror film spark a brutal child slaying? A suburban tragedy
Abstracts: A 'Tehran spring': Iran's moderate president reaches out to the world. The Shah at bay
Abstracts: A telephone visionary who is cutting the cords for consumers: with AT and T's help, McCaw imagines a network of wireless communication
Abstracts: A test case in hope: a new treatment could cure cystic fibrosis. The magic bus: hydrogen could be the fuel of the future
Abstracts: A test of wills: Ontario school boards announce huge layoffs. Small-screen monsters
Abstracts: A Texas-style response to the unity question. A patch of hoops heaven. Coming back to life: foreign troops have eased Somalia's suffering, but a show of force may signal the end of the honeymoon
Abstracts: At Funeral for Hussein Sons, A Call for 'Death to America'. Biggest Task for U.S. General Is Training Iraqis to Fight Iraqis
Abstracts: A thermometer that squawks when the bird is done. Introduction is set for broadband data-voice system. With phone headsets, it's so easy to gab away
Abstracts: At high intensity: if diplomacy fails, bombing Iraq could be costly. Bush vs. Iraq: the rematch
Abstracts: At Home Corp. became victim of own success. U.S. jobs soar, soft patch over? Alta Vista cuts 200 jobs
Abstracts: At Home files for bankruptcy; will sell a unit. Qualcomm to Review Accounting Practices. Coming Soon to Your Pocket: High-Definition TV Phones
Abstracts: At Home files for bankruptcy; will sell a unit. U.S. inquiry is under way on online music business. At Home Corp. dealt blow as auditors doubt future
Abstracts: At home on the grange. Well connected. On their metal
Abstracts: At I.B.M., refocusing yet again; job cuts and spinoffs among the options. I.B.M. sees sharp drop in earnings; stock declines 10% amd helps to send Wall St. tumbling
Abstracts: ATI brass see rosy future after merger. AMD touts benefits of combined chip. Zarkink slashes in bid for profit
Abstracts: ATI confident of rebound but holds off on forecast. Que. firm banks on recycling. Celestica hits targets in quarter
Abstracts: ATI head founded firm from garage. Watermate looks to tap into filtration market. Software maker leaps boundaries
Abstracts: ATI hurt by production woes, rivals' pressure. ATI head vows to predict its business better. Cognos profit beats street's expectations after earlier warning
Abstracts: A timeless hero for troubled times. Racism: an excuse for riots and theft. Pursuing the working woman
Abstracts: ATI no longer everyone's darling. Newbridge profit warning raises concerns on credibility. Power fails to spark investor interest
Abstracts: At I.R.S., a Systems Update Gone Awry. I.B.M. EMPLOYEES GET $320 MILLION IN PENSION SUIT. Hedge Fund Is Censured And Ordered To Pay Taxes
Abstracts: ATI's loss worse than expected. ATI issues caution on ' 01 sales, profit. ATI narrows loss in quarter
Abstracts: At Issue: Are parents, educators and others neglecting the emotional needs of boys? Ambivalent consumers
Abstracts: At issue: are U.S. businesses likely to embrace youth apprenticeship? Who owns the right to the word 'apprenticeship'?
Abstracts: At issue: does athletic competition in the U.S. go too far? At issue: can alternative medicine coexist with conventional medicine?
Abstracts: At issue: do the economic benefits of contingent work outweigh the hardship it imposes on workers? Contingent work force
Abstracts: At issue: Do the media devote too much attention to celebrities?. Celebrity culture
Abstracts: At issue: is a federally funded program the best way to provide long-term care for the elderly? Prison health care: Aging behind bars
Abstracts: At issue: is the practice of sharing financial-aid information unfair to students? Paying for college: how to get help
Abstracts: At issue: should AIDS-prevention programs for teen-agers focus exclusively on sexual abstinence? Abstinence funding
Abstracts: At issue: Should colleges offer lesbian and gay studies program. Sexual awakenings
Abstracts: At issue: should gun owners be prosecuted if children injure themselves or others with the adult's gun? Should child abuse be prosecuted decades after an alleged incident occurred?
Abstracts: At issue: should Native Americans celebrate the 500th anniversary of Columbus' first voyage to the Americas? At issue: can alternative medicine coexist with conventional medicine?
Abstracts: At issue: should the Corporation for Public Broadcasting be privatized? At issue: should whistleblowers receive financial rewards for exposing fraud against the government?
Abstracts: At issue: should the federal government initiate a broad, new national service program? At issue: should Native Americans celebrate the 500th anniversary of Columbus' first voyage to the Americas?
Abstracts: At issue: should the federal government launch a nationwide lead-abatement program? 20th-century reaction
Abstracts: At Issue: should the United States aid the former Soviet Union? Should the Russian government be involved in building the International Space Station?
Abstracts: At issue: should the United States sign a comprehensive test ban on nuclear weapons? U.S. policy in Asia
Abstracts: At issue: was it wise to put the Justice Department's organized crime strike forces under the command of local U.S. attorneys' offices?
Abstracts: At issue: was the adultery allegation against Bill Clinton worthy of the news coverage it received? Civic journalism; can press reforms revitalize democracy?
Abstracts: At issue: will computers render traditional libraries obsolete? At issue: does athletic competition in the U.S. go too far?
Abstracts: At issue: will computers render traditional libraries obsolete? part 2 At issue: should President Clinton implement the sanctions against Cuba called for the in 1996 Helms-Burton trade law?
Abstracts: A title worth fighting for: LPGA officials fear that tobacco legislation could kill the Classic. A quiet success: Richard Zokol pursues his national title
Abstracts: At large: You're all right, Jacques. Carry on flying. Trip wreck
Abstracts: Atlas says profit overstated. Air Canada aims to cut 7,800 jobs. Air Canada seeks pay cut
Abstracts: At last, a movie fits on a CD-ROM disk. A big gap between C.E.O.'s and information officers. On the Macintosh front
Abstracts: At last, Lotus ships 1-2-3 for Windows; some customers will be happy, but others may look at rival products. Sorting out Lotus's new 1-2-3's
Abstracts: At last, the main event: Bailey and Johnson go head-to-head in a dash for cash. Running on the fast track to Atlanta: Donovan Bailey begins a new year in the spotlight
Abstracts: Atlas tumbles on firmEs revised results. Manufacturing jobs take a hit from higher dollar. Airlines seen less willing to settle beefs
Abstracts: At last, you'll love what's good for you. "If only I could say, 'I love you, Dad'." (fathers and sons) (Cover Story)
Abstracts: At lawyers' gathering, Ashcroft defends vetting decision. Aging utility plants under fire. Chicago Museum opens star exhibit: Tyrannosaurus Sue
Abstracts: At Many Stores, a Disappointing November. Brand Names Are Paying the Price For a Change in Shopping Trends. Early Snows Leave A Few Optimists In Retailing
Abstracts: At Microsoft's home base, vitriol and a sense of unfairness. Microsoft plans to shift product focus to the Internet
Abstracts: At Motorola, quality is a team sport; awards to work groups that can save money and serve customers. I.B.M. to show advanced chips for Net use
Abstracts: At Nation's Ports, Cargo Backlog Raises Question of Security. Absentee Votes Worry Officials As Nov. 2 Nears
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