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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2003-10-08

In this week's issue:  How to buy the best new car for your
money, new ways for retailers to increase perceived value, a
look at the latest Nobel laureate novelist, and more.

A Fast Company survey reveals the best place in the U.S. to
work:  Iowa's capitol city, Des Moines.
A ComputerUser article says now's the time to start a small
business and offers tips on getting ready.
According to BusinessWeek, GE is trying to up its market
share by showing more love to its customers.  Will this
strategy work?
Time Europe looks at the dilemma of the BBC, which is trying
to be both a world media player and a public servant.
An HBS Working Knowledge article looks at how retailers can
maximize income by manipulating prices on certain "signpost"
items consumers look for to determine what's a bargain.

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Time Europe profiles J.M. Coetzee, the reclusive South
African novelist who recently won the Nobel Prize for
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SmartMoney researchers present a guide to the 10 best values
for new-car buyers.

BusinessWeek suggests that the U.S. housing market, one of
the bright spots in the economy, is starting to dim a bit.
A new book excerpted in HBS Working Knowledge claims that
the rise of more and more hedge funds is a bad thing for the
everyday individual investor.