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BusinessWeek Magazine, February 9, 2009

January 29 2009

BusinessWeek Magazine, February 9, 2009BusinessWeek 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.

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The Bank Bailout Is Broken
But the Obama Administration and Congress are starting to grapple with the enormity of the problems in the financial system

Detroit Should Get Cracking on its Googlemobile
Carmakers need to let go of their musty business models and start thinking like 21st century companiesólike Google

If Google (GOOG) ran a car company, what would it look like? What lessons of Google's singular success in the Internet age might apply to remaking this, among other failing industries? Would the Googlemobile be the product of stealth and secrecy or openness and collaboration? Could Detroit release cars in beta? Could cars be ad-supported and free? Is there any hope for an industry that traffics in atoms instead of digits? Would a Googley car company even make cars? ...

Rebuilding America's Job Machine
Industrial policy isn't dead. It's thriving in the statesóand may be the start of a U.S. comeback strategy

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