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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2004-05-19

In this issue:  Hyundai climbs, China cools, and Yahoo!
tries to hang on.

BusinessWeek reports that rising costs due to regulations
like Sarbanes-Oxley is causing some companies to deregister
their shares, leaving investors in a jam.

Motley Fool reports that Hyundai has climbed to the number 2
spot in new-car quality ratings by J.D. Power & Associates.

Time Asia looks at the potential impact of China's efforts
to cool its economy.

BusinessWeek looks at the promise and political hurdles
facing stem cell research.

Businessweek says Japan will soon release the names of all
top government and Cabinet officials implicated in a
wide-ranging pension fund scandal.
Time Asia looks at Occidentalism: The West in the Eyes of
its Enemies, a book that attempts to explain the hatred of
Islamic extremists for the West.
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InternetNews provides tips to ensure that search engines
find your website.
PC World tests 16 products to protect your computer from
viruses, spyware, hackers, etc.
PC World rates anti-spam tools.
In response to Google's 1GB free email service, Yahoo! ups
its free service to 100MB, according to Motley Fool.

---U.S. Politics---
American Prospect explains how the American Association of
Retired Persons ended up backing the Medicare
prescription-drug bill.