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Remember Whose Name is On the Door
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Internal sources are indicating that the Ford/Firestone controversy has taken a more ominous turn in the form of a major senior management reshaping. Ultimately, according to one off radar analyst, Jac Nasser himself will be displaced.

Der Sturm : The Perfect Storm
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Imagine what Bob Eaton's true reasons could have been for seeking a merger between Chrysler Corp. and Germany's Daimler-Benz. Despite his eight years as head of General Motors in Europe, he had jumped ship to become Chrysler's chairman half-a-decade earlier which cut him off from any return to GM.

The Cold Light of Day
NATIONAL SCENE -- FEATURED DOWNLOAD
It is a refrain we've all heard countless times since that horrible day. "Nobody could ever have predicted something like this ..." "Nobody would ever have dreamed."

Yet, thats not quite accurate. There were plenty of warnings -- and loud ones -- that something as terrible as September 11 lay in store. Warnings of a catastrophic attack against a civilian target in the United States had become almost commonplace in Washington for years. The Hart-Rudman Report on National Security in the 21st Century is a case in point. In retrospect: this is chilling, and at times disturbing reading.

September 11: Covering the Attack
REMEMBERING THE FALLEN -- The POYNTER INSTITUTE
It's hard to think of an event that occured only a few months ago as a piece of history, but that's undeniably exactly what the events of late 2001 will stand as.

"September 11, A Collection of Newspaper Front Pages" is a moving collection of headlines and reactions from papers around the world, from Japan to the United Sates. The sort of thing you hold on to. Published by the Poynter Insitute.

Available in hardcover. Forward by Max Frankel. $14. Web surfers can browse the online exhibit for free.

A Next Generation Rapid Deployment Force
BY MYRON STOKES
Pentagon sources are alluding to the military's interest in adapting the largest version of Boeing's new product line, for supersonic transport of next generation Rapid Deployment Forces -- a development that could have profound implications for the aerospace giant.

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