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  • Killer Contracts for Hire

    Killer Contracts for Hire June 1, 2000

  • No Pink Cadillacs Here

    When Mercury Computer Systems Inc. wanted to turbocharge its share price it dangled a particularly juicy carrot in front of its top executives: Porsche Boxster sportscars. June 1, 2000

  • Making Web Partnerships Click

    Partnering is a way of life in the New Economy, but good Internet agreements require some old-fashioned deal-making. June 1, 2000

  • Labor's Overtime Ordeal

    The U.S. Department of Labor (DoL) got tripped up by history when it was deciding whether stock options should be included in the calculation of overtime pay. June 1, 2000

  • Heads Roll at Conseco

    The inevitable bloodletting has begun at Conseco Inc., the beleaguered insurance and consumer-finance company. June 1, 2000

  • Boeing's CFO takes off; more.

    Express Yourself June 1, 2000

  • Can 3Com Connect?

    The networking company has reconfigured its product line, but its toughest customer is still Wall Street. June 1, 2000

  • Relaxing Overseas Regs

    The Securities and Exchange Commission kicked up a hornets' nest in February, when it unveiled a "concept release" seeking comments on a proposal to allow foreign corporations to register on American stock exchanges using international accounting standard May 1, 2000


    "On the Internet no one knows you're a dog," goes the caption to a cartoon in New Yorker magazine. May 1, 2000

  • Lawyer Inflation

    Law firms have hiked associates' base-pay levels 15 to 40 percent since January, with first-year salaries jumping to between $125,000 and $160,000 at major firms across the nation, according to a recent report. May 1, 2000

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