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Contents

Billing Us Softly
3
Bill Gates (American computer software executive.); 1955-, Microsoft Corporation
Olympic Bombshell
15
Olympic Games, 1996 (Atlanta, Ga.) (Security measures), Centennial Olympic Park (Atlanta, Ga.) (Bombing, 1996), Atlanta (Ga.) (Terrorism)
Bill "Tosh" Tosheff
16
Bill Tosheff, National Basketball Players Association, Basketball players (Salaries)
From the House to the Big House
18
Political corruption
The Clean Cleaner Cover-up
23
Cleaning products (Environmental aspects)
Lock Your Windows
40
Microsoft Corporation, Internet and privacy
Sleight of Hand
42
Bill Gates (American computer software executive.); 1955-, Microsoft Corporation, Wieden & Kennedy, Computer software industry (Advertising)
75 Stars
44
United States Congress Senate, Proportional representation, States (U.S.)
Welcome to the New! and Improved! Nigeria
50
Sani Abacha, Government publicity (Nigeria), Foreign propagandists (United States), Nigeria (Politics and government)
Left Out in the Cold
52
Monte Overacre; d. 1995, Glickenhaus & Company, United States Central Intelligence Agency, Aviation (Accidents), Americans (Guatemala)

Implanted Evidence
25
Breast implants, Silicone, Connective tissues (Diseases)
Why is this Man Laughing
28
Bill Gates (American computer software executive.); 1955-, Microsoft Corporation
The Microsoft Network
30
Microsoft Corporation, Lobbyists and lobbying
Overseas Invasion
33
Microsoft Corporation, Business Software Alliance, Computer programs (Unauthorized use)
His Way
36
Bill Gates (American computer software executive.); 1955-, Microsoft Corporation, Electronic commerce
The Sleeping Giant Awakes
56
Hispanic Americans (Political activities), California (Politics and government)
Look Who's Buying Nukes Now
62
Electric utilities (Deregulation), Nuclear power plants (Economic aspects), Electric rates
Lite Night with Bill Maher
67
Bill Maher, Politically incorrect (Television program) (Reviews), Political humor, Television programs (Talk shows, Late night programs)
Totalizing Quality Management
71
Corporate culture, Business and mass media

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