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Follow Mark Hurd of Hewlett-Packard and his plan to conquer the industry, starting first with IBM and Cisco.
HEWLETT-PACKARD’S MARK HURD: HE WANTS IT ALL- Quentin Hardy
The plan to win the battle of the tech titans.
APPLE: HOW HACK-PROOF?- Andy Greenberg
Charlie Miller has a habit of publicly upending Apple’s security claims. Real cyberspies may be doing the same thing in private.
BUM WRAP: IS YOUR BROKER RIPPING YOU OFF?- Asher Hawkins
Fee-based brokerage accounts are supposed to be a financial boon to investors. A financial boon to brokers is more like it.
TONY STEWART: NASCAR’S HOTTEST HONCHO- Kym McNicholas
He’s not Nascar’s most liked driver. But he might be its smartest owner.
SIDELINES- William Baldwin
Are your broker’s interests aligned with yours?
FACT AND COMMENT- Steve Forbes
Today’s neosocialists are smarter than their ancestors. Be afraid.
CURRENT EVENTS- Lee Kuan Yew
The U.S. and China will continue to cooperate.
DIGITAL RULES- Rich Karlgaard
Extreme economic forecasts.
ON MY MIND- David Zetland
Water rights and human rights.
IDEAS & OPINIONS- Dirk Smillie
The music business is broken. Meet Mr. Fix-It.
HEADS UP- David Whelan
Nexium is a parable of what’s wrong with health care.
GOLDEN BOY- Nathan Vardi
Some big-shot hedge fund managers are following Tom Kaplan’s charge into gold asset. Who’s Tom Kaplan?
UNCLE SAM, CREDIT DESTROYER- Ashlea Ebeling
The IRS is churning out liens, but that isn’t translating into more dollars for the federal till.
POWER MOVES- Jonathan Fahey
Volatile electricity prices and new technologies are finally allowing retail power sellers to deliver on the promise of deregulation.
BACKSEAT DRIVER- Jerry Flint
Detroit’s Long Road. Plus: Who needs drug studies?
DIGITAL TOOLS- Lee Gomes
MIXED MOTIVES- Susan Adams
Can a new corporate structure get companies to do good by not always putting shareholders first?
MONEY & INVESTING
CASH DOESN’T LIE- Daniel Fisher
Martin Sass has a mantra when it comes to valuing stocks: Show me the money.
WE SEE YOU!- Christopher Steiner
Hector Hoyos’ iris scanners could wipe out identity theft.
GAME CHANGER- Susan Adams
Fair trade entrepreneur Scott James broke free of Microsoft. Now he wants to change the way Nike does business.
BOOK VALUE- Monte Burke
Idealism sends many a midcareer professionals into teaching. Reality drives half of them back out.
THE SPORTING LIFE- Monte Burke
Baseball, tennis, fishing, golf, skydiving-they’ve shaped and still animate, George H.W. Bush.
COMPANIES, PEOPLE, IDEAS, INSIGHTS- Peter Huber
ENERGY & GENIUS
HOMEGROWN FUEL- Jonathan Fahey
The U.S. imports most of the uranium to its nuclear reactors. A small mining outfit in Texas wants to change that.
PORTFOLIO STRATEGY- Ken Fisher
REAL ESTATE- Peter Slatin
SMALL STOCKS- Jim Oberweis
RITES OF SPRING