James Surowiecki

James Surowiecki writes the financial column at The New Yorker.

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Nov. 7 1997 3:30 AMThe Downside of DownsizingYou can't pay the bills or track the trains if your workers are exhausted.
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Oct. 24 1997 3:30 AMFalling ArchesDid somebody say McDonald's was having a midlife crisis?
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Oct. 10 1997 3:30 AMMoney MeltdownCould hackers or hurricanes destroy Wall Street? Not if we all believe they can't.
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Sept. 27 1997 3:30 AMCulture WarsBehind the Java hype is a struggle for computer-world hegemony.
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Sept. 17 1997 3:30 AMConsulting the StarsIs management consulting just a lot of hocus-pocus?
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Aug. 29 1997 3:30 AMStrikes, Lies, and VideotapeIn fighting unions, Fieldcrest draws on an old Southern tradition.
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Aug. 15 1997 3:30 AMSteven Jobs' Totalitarian VisionHow Apple marched in mindless lockstep to self-destruction.
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Aug. 1 1997 3:30 AMThe Lockheed RedemptionIn the defense industry, failure pays off big.
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Oct. 31 1997 3:30 AMMonday the Market Went MadHerds, Hong Kong hyperventilating--and a brief moment of clarity.
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Oct. 17 1997 3:30 AMThe Market MoversAnalysts like Tom Kurlak can make stock prices--and CEOs--jump. Are they too powerful?
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Oct. 3 1997 3:30 AMSomething Not to Like About Sara Lee?Forget the cupcakes. Now all it wants to make are profits.
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Sept. 19 1997 3:30 AMThe Book on CookThe best-selling guru of get-rich-quick peddles risk--and irresponsibility.
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Sept. 12 1997 3:30 AMCasino HollywoodWhy movie studios are a lousy investment.
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Aug. 22 1997 3:30 AMNo. 13 for No. 2Will this be Avis' last ownership shift? Fad chance.
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Aug. 8 1997 3:30 AMWhen 1 + 1 < 2Today's "consolidation" mergers make no better economic sense than yesterday's conglomerations.
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July 13 1997 3:30 AMYou Name ItWhen corporate big shots should leave well enough alone.

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Oct. 22 2014 12:44 AM We Need More Ben Bradlees His relationship with John F. Kennedy shows what’s missing from today’s Washington journalism.
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Oct. 21 2014 1:02 PM Where Are Slate Plus Members From? This Weird Cartogram Explains. A weird-looking cartogram of Slate Plus memberships by state.
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Oct. 21 2014 9:42 PM The All The President’s Men Scene That Perfectly Captured Ben Bradlee’s Genius
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Oct. 21 2014 11:44 PM Driving in Circles The autonomous Google car may never actually happen.
  Health & Science
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  Sports
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Oct. 20 2014 5:09 PM Keepaway, on Three. Ready—Break! On his record-breaking touchdown pass, Peyton Manning couldn’t even leave the celebration to chance.