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  • Grass-roots EVA

    When The Pillsbury Co. tried to bake the principles of economic value added (EVA) into its operating philosophy, it brought out large, schematic maps of a hypothetical factory. May 1, 2000

  • Yahoo Gets Serious

    Yahoo replaces a retiring Valenzuela May 1, 2000

  • CAN WINDOWS OPEN DOORS?

    Microsoft hopes to gain entry to corporate data centers via its newest operating system, Windows 2000. May 1, 2000

  • A TOUCH OF SECURITY

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

  • IN THE CATBIRD SEAT

    Managing triple-digit growth, hefty margins, and global expansion, Yahoo CFO Gary Valenzuela is the envy of his Internet peers. April 1, 2000

  • Heidi Miller Jumps from Bricks to Clicks

    Flapjack Finance April 1, 2000

  • Attacks Renew Interest in Hacker Policies

    Recent assaults on big-name Web sites have startled many companies into examining insurance policies that protect companies from losses attributable to computer hackers. April 1, 2000

  • New Homes for Excess Goods

    Your beat-up boiler may be beautiful to someone else. April 1, 2000

  • The Real Thing: Bottling Plan Taps Coke's Profits

    The steep downturn in Coca-Cola Co.'s performance has finally led analysts and other observers to focus on the company's once-ballyhooed financial relationship with its key bottlers, chiefly Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. (CCE). April 1, 2000

  • I Sold My Company on the Internet

    If you're looking to buy or sell a smaller business, check out Web sites like MergerNetwork.com. March 1, 2000

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