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BusinessWeek Magazine, December 21, 2009

December 10 2009

BusinessWeek Magazine, December 21, 2009. Free digital magazines.BusinessWeek Magazine covers all aspects of business, from U.S. and international market news and analysis of economic trends to articles on the people and technologies that influence how we do business every day.

BusinessWeek Magazine also gives you book reviews, analyses of legislation and politics in Washington, regular articles on finance, the sports business, investments, and running a business. (magazineline.com)

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Top Stories
Omaha on the Hudson
Henry Kravis and George Roberts have a new, long-term vision for KKR: Make the granddaddy of private equity firms more like Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway. Can the buyout kings pull it off?

  • Plus: How to Play It: KKR

A Hole in Health-Care Reform
Overbilling by medical-equipment suppliers, device makers, and drug companies has cost taxpayers billions. New legislation will do little to stem the tide

  • Plus: Policing Corporations

Why Tech Bows to Best Buy
As the last major electronics retailer standing, the chain has unparalleled clout. And CEO Brian Dunn means to use it, shaping technologies and helping to develop products

  • Plus: Best Buy's Big Bets

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