Issue 72

July 2003


  • Stuff of the Month

    Web sites, a book about pride, the new iPod, and Randall Rothenberg's take on Madison Avenue's Ad of the Month.

  • 7 Habits of Spectacularly Unsuccessful Executives

    It's not easy to become as disastrous a boss as Dennis Kozlowski, Jean-Marie Messier, or Jill Barad — but you can, if you work at it. And here's the best part: Each of the qualities that you need to be a spectacular failure is widely admired in today's business world.

  • War On Spam

    The Anti-Spam Research Group is committed to ridding the world of spam.

  • Clear and Present Danger

    Bankruptcy, unemployment, terrorism, war, disease . . . Welcome to dangerous times. Here are four strategies for living well in a state of high alert.

  • Our Picks for Summer Kicks

    Sunscreen? Check. Shades? Check. Now for the really good stuff: our picks for warm-weather kicks. Have yourself a techie summer.

  • Speedometer

    Special Summer-Movie Edition. What does — and doesn't — sell in Hollywood these days. Plus, the management wisdom of Marilyn Monroe. And while you're reading, please supersize the popcorn.

Fast Talk

  • Fast Talk: My Hardest Decision

    Like a career, a company is the result of moves made and of opportunities lost. Five high-profile leaders reflect on their most difficult calls.


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