The Best Business Stories of the Year: 2003 Edition (Best Business Stories of the Year)

The Best Business Stories of the Year: 2003 Edition (Best Business Stories of the Year)

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A year’s worth of the most interesting, noteworthy, and best-written articles on all aspects of the business world.

“Amid Global Turmoil, Wild Times in Trading Afghanis” by Daniel Pearl, from The Wall Street Journal

“Bidding War” by James B. Stewart, from The New Yorker

“This Little Slinky Goes to Market” by Neil Irwin, from The Washington Post

“Yes, We Have No Profits” by Nicholas Stein, from Fortune

“Corporate Veil” by John R. Emschwiller and Rebecca Smith, from The Wall Street Journal

“Portland Subsidiary Mirrors Enron’s Rapid Rise, Fall” by Jeff Manning and Gail Kinsey Hill, from The Oregonian

“How Andersen Went Wrong” by David Ward and Loren Steffy, from Bloomberg Markets

“My Pro Forma Life” by Rob Walker, from Slate

“The Iceberg Wars” by Wayne Curtis, fromThe Atlantic Monthly

“The Trucker and the Professor” by David Diamond, from Wired

“Telecom’s Pied Piper: Whose Side Was He On?” by Gretchen Morgenson, from The New York Times

“License to Steal” by Roger Lowenstein, from SmartMoney

“Turning Red Ink into Gold” by Rob Kaiser, from Chicago Tribune

“The Incomplete Résumé?” by Floyd Norris, from The New York Times

“Restating the ’90s” by Michael J. Mandel, from BusinessWeek

“Smaller” by Malcolm Gladwell, from The New Yorker

“Agillion’s Brief, Fast Life” by Lori Hawkins, from Austin American-Statesman

“Is the S&P 500 Rigged?” by Jason Zweig, from Money

“The Rocket’s Red Ink” by Brian Lawson, from The Huntsville Times

“A Race to the Top” by JohnnieL. Roberts, from Newsweek

“Executive Women and the Myth of Having It All” by Sylvia Ann Hewlett, from Harvard Business Review

“The CEO and his Church” by Deborah O’Neil and Jeff Harrington, from St. Petersburg Times

“The Economic Strain on the Church” by William C. Symonds from BusinessWeek

“Nationalities of Convenience” by Hal Lux, from Institutional Investor

“India Calling” by S. Mitra Kalita, from Newsday

“Hard Time” by Douglas A. Blackmon, from The Wall Street Journal

“The $200 Billion Miscarriage of Justice” by Roger Parloff, from Fortune

“The Empire Builder” by Joseph N. DiStefano, from The Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine

“Would You Pay $2 Million for This Franchise?” by Carlye Adler, from Fortune Small Business

“Double Play” by Kurt Badenhausen, Cecily Fluke, Lesley Kump, and Michael K. Ozanian, from Forbes