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  • July 1, 2000

    John Quelch: The Thought Leader Interview

    by Randall Rothenberg
    It's no longer enough to act local, says London Business School dean and global marketing guru John Quelch. Coke, P & G, and Unilever now must learn to think local, too.
  • July 1, 2000

    Pattie Maes and Her Agents Provocateurs

    by Glenn Rifkin
    Artificial intelligence research used to focus on teaching machines to think. Until a Belgian MIT professor taught them to shop.
  • July 1, 2000

    Steal This Idea!

    by Jan Torsilieri and Chuck Lucier
    Knowledge remains the strongest force for business-building — if you're willing to link it to the bottom line and borrow inspiration from everywhere.
  • April 1, 2000

    Jay Walker: The Thought Leader Interview

    by Randall Rothenberg's founder and vice chairman bet his fortune on the power of ideas. But he still believes the e-business if full of patent nonsense.
  • April 1, 2000

    Quaking Up with Geoffrey Moore

    by Lawrence M. Fisher
    With his newest book, "Living on the Faultline," the best-selling management seer divines a Fortune 500 prey to the same Technology Adoption Life Cycle that convulses Silicon Valley.