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Ice-T: Free Speech and Double Standards
Second half opens with 35-point surge
The profit motive lifts the lid on garbage
Apple, Toshiba plan hand-held device to launch new generation of computers
In TV news business, life eerily imitates 'Network'
Chayefsky's vision in 'Network' is coming all too true
Bold step for Yale president Schmidt resigning to head private-schools venture.
Tyson tries to clear King with scrawled note
Madonna signs deal 'dramatically greater' than $60 million
Madonna making a $60 million deal
Fiber-optic cable system installed in Queens
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Time Warner rocked as co-chief resigns
Steven Spielberg has hooked a movie empire
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Cable bill to get another hearing Measure would allow most cities to control cable prices.
Children's music lures recording giants
The great escape: a juicy mag In tough times escapist fare wins readers but not ads
Toshiba, C. Itoh invest in Time Warner
2 Japanese firms want to get Time Warner know-how
Looking for star quality
Forstmann Little to invest in Whittle
Black-owned cable network takes on MTV
If Tyson is indicted, November fight vs. Holyfield is on ropes
SI's vision of sports in the future is here
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Between bosses, workers difference is a fortune
King woos Holyfield for Tyson bout, offers to tilt purse his way
Oh, Well, Never Mind
Basic, pay cable TV give boxing its punch
Cable TV comedy channels agree to merge
Cultural style that wins is one that sells
Precision tune tries a personal touch Time ads help company zoom in on local markets TARGETING TUNE-UP CUSTOMERS
HBO to Leonard: Don't work if you won't fight for us