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138 gold sentences, 288 silver sentences.

  1. Pierre Vinken , 61 years old , will join the board as a nonexecutive director Nov. 29 . gold
  2. Mr. Vinken is chairman of Elsevier N.V. , the Dutch publishing group . gold
  3. Rudolph Agnew , 55 years old and former chairman of Consolidated Gold Fields PLC , was named a nonexecutive director of this British industrial conglomerate . gold
  4. A form of asbestos once used to make Kent cigarette filters has caused a high percentage of cancer deaths among a group of workers exposed to it more than 30 years ago , researchers reported . gold
  5. The asbestos fiber , crocidolite , is unusually resilient once it enters the lungs , with even brief exposures to it causing symptoms that show up decades later , researchers said . gold
  6. Lorillard Inc. , the unit of New York-based Loews Corp. that makes Kent cigarettes , stopped using crocidolite in its Micronite cigarette filters in 1956 . gold
  7. Although preliminary findings were reported more than a year ago , the latest results appear in today 's New England Journal of Medicine , a forum likely to bring new attention to the problem . gold
  8. A Lorillard spokewoman said , `` This is an old story . gold
  9. We 're talking about years ago before anyone heard of asbestos having any questionable properties . gold
  10. There is no asbestos in our products now . '' gold
  11. Neither Lorillard nor the researchers who studied the workers were aware of any research on smokers of the Kent cigarettes . gold
  12. `` We have no useful information on whether users are at risk , '' said James A. Talcott of Boston 's Dana-Farber Cancer Institute . gold
  13. Dr. Talcott led a team of researchers from the National Cancer Institute and the medical schools of Harvard University and Boston University . gold
  14. The Lorillard spokeswoman said asbestos was used in `` very modest amounts '' in making paper for the filters in the early 1950s and replaced with a different type of filter in 1956 . gold
  15. From 1953 to 1955 , 9.8 billion Kent cigarettes with the filters were sold , the company said . gold
  16. Among 33 men who worked closely with the substance , 28 have died -- more than three times the expected number . gold
  17. Four of the five surviving workers have asbestos-related diseases , including three with recently diagnosed cancer . gold
  18. The total of 18 deaths from malignant mesothelioma , lung cancer and asbestosis was far higher than expected , the researchers said . gold
  19. `` The morbidity rate is a striking finding among those of us who study asbestos-related diseases , '' said Dr. Talcott . gold
  20. The percentage of lung cancer deaths among the workers at the West Groton , Mass. , paper factory appears to be the highest for any asbestos workers studied in Western industrialized countries , he said . gold
  21. The plant , which is owned by Hollingsworth & Vose Co. , was under contract with Lorillard to make the cigarette filters . gold
  22. More common chrysotile fibers are curly and are more easily rejected by the body , Dr. Mossman explained . gold
  23. In July , the Environmental Protection Agency imposed a gradual ban on virtually all uses of asbestos . gold
  24. By 1997 , almost all remaining uses of cancer-causing asbestos will be outlawed . gold
  25. About 160 workers at a factory that made paper for the Kent filters were exposed to asbestos in the 1950s . gold
  26. Areas of the factory were particularly dusty where the crocidolite was used . gold
  27. Workers dumped large burlap sacks of the imported material into a huge bin , poured in cotton and acetate fibers and mechanically mixed the dry fibers in a process used to make filters . gold
  28. Workers described `` clouds of blue dust '' that hung over parts of the factory , even though exhaust fans ventilated the area . silver
  29. `` There 's no question that some of those workers and managers contracted asbestos-related diseases , '' said Darrell Phillips , vice president of human resources for Hollingsworth & Vose . gold
  30. `` But you have to recognize that these events took place 35 years ago . gold
  31. It has no bearing on our work force today . gold
  32. Yields on money-market mutual funds continued to slide , amid signs that portfolio managers expect further declines in interest rates . gold
  33. The average seven-day compound yield of the 400 taxable funds tracked by IBC 's Money Fund Report eased a fraction of a percentage point to 8.45 % from 8.47 % for the week ended Tuesday . gold
  34. Compound yields assume reinvestment of dividends and that the current yield continues for a year . gold
  35. Longer maturities are thought to indicate declining interest rates because they permit portfolio managers to retain relatively higher rates for a longer period . gold
  36. Shorter maturities are considered a sign of rising rates because portfolio managers can capture higher rates sooner . gold
  37. Despite recent declines in yields , investors continue to pour cash into money funds . gold
  38. Assets of the 400 taxable funds grew by $ 1.5 billion during the latest week , to $ 352.7 billion . gold
  39. Typically , money-fund yields beat comparable short-term investments because portfolio managers can vary maturities and go after the highest rates . gold
  40. The top money funds are currently yielding well over 9 % . gold
  41. Dreyfus World-Wide Dollar , the top-yielding fund , had a seven-day compound yield of 9.37 % during the latest week , down from 9.45 % a week earlier . gold
  42. It invests heavily in dollar-denominated securities overseas and is currently waiving management fees , which boosts its yield . gold
  43. The average seven-day simple yield of the 400 funds was 8.12 % , down from 8.14 % . gold
  44. The 30-day simple yield fell to an average 8.19 % from 8.22 % ; the 30-day compound yield slid to an average 8.53 % from 8.56 % . gold
  45. J.P. Bolduc , vice chairman of W.R. Grace & Co. , which holds a 83.4 % interest in this energy-services company , was elected a director . gold
  46. He succeeds Terrence D. Daniels , formerly a W.R. Grace vice chairman , who resigned . gold
  47. W.R. Grace holds three of Grace Energy 's seven board seats . gold
  48. Pacific First Financial Corp. said shareholders approved its acquisition by Royal Trustco Ltd. of Toronto for $ 27 a share , or $ 212 million . gold
  49. The thrift holding company said it expects to obtain regulatory approval and complete the transaction by year-end . gold
  50. McDermott International Inc. said its Babcock & Wilcox unit completed the sale of its Bailey Controls Operations to Finmeccanica S.p . A. for $ 295 million . gold
  51. Finmeccanica is an Italian state-owned holding company with interests in the mechanical engineering industry . gold
  52. Bailey Controls , based in Wickliffe , Ohio , makes computerized industrial controls systems . gold
  53. It employs 2,700 people and has annual revenue of about $ 370 million . gold
  54. The federal government suspended sales of U.S. savings bonds because Congress has n't lifted the ceiling on government debt . gold
  55. The government 's borrowing authority dropped at midnight Tuesday to $ 2.80 trillion from $ 2.87 trillion . gold
  56. Legislation to lift the debt ceiling is ensnarled in the fight over cutting capital-gains taxes . gold
  57. The Treasury said the U.S. will default on Nov. 9 if Congress does n't act by then . gold
  58. Previously , Mr. Vitulli , 43 years old , was general marketing manager of Chrysler Corp. 's Chrysler division . gold
  59. He had been a sales and marketing executive with Chrysler for 20 years . gold
  60. Not this year . silver
  61. The National Association of Manufacturers settled on the Hoosier capital of Indianapolis for its fall board meeting . gold
  62. And the city decided to treat its guests more like royalty or rock stars than factory owners . gold
  63. For starters , the executives joined Mayor William H. Hudnut III for an evening of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and a guest pianist-comedian Victor Borge . gold
  64. Champagne and dessert followed . gold
  65. The next morning , with a police escort , busloads of executives and their wives raced to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway , unimpeded by traffic or red lights . silver
  66. The governor could n't make it , so the lieutenant governor welcomed the special guests . silver
  67. A buffet breakfast was held in the museum , where food and drinks are banned to everyday visitors . gold
  68. Then , in the guests ' honor , the speedway hauled out four drivers , crews and even the official Indianapolis 500 announcer for a 10-lap exhibition race . silver
  69. After the race , Fortune 500 executives drooled like schoolboys over the cars and drivers . gold
  70. No dummies , the drivers pointed out they still had space on their machines for another sponsor 's name or two . gold
  71. Back downtown , the execs squeezed in a few meetings at the hotel before boarding the buses again . silver
  72. This time , it was for dinner and dancing -- a block away . gold
  73. Under the stars and moons of the renovated Indiana Roof ballroom , nine of the hottest chefs in town fed them Indiana duckling mousseline , lobster consomme , veal mignon and chocolate terrine with a raspberry sauce . silver
  74. Knowing a tasty -- and free -- meal when they eat one , the executives gave the chefs a standing ovation . gold
  75. More than a few CEOs say the red-carpet treatment tempts them to return to a heartland city for future meetings . gold
  76. But for now , they 're looking forward to their winter meeting -- Boca in February . gold
  77. South Korea registered a trade deficit of $ 101 million in October , reflecting the country 's economic sluggishness , according to government figures released Wednesday . silver
  78. Preliminary tallies by the Trade and Industry Ministry showed another trade deficit in October , the fifth monthly setback this year , casting a cloud on South Korea 's export-oriented economy . silver
  79. Exports in October stood at $ 5.29 billion , a mere 0.7 % increase from a year earlier , while imports increased sharply to $ 5.39 billion , up 20 % from last October . silver
  80. Government officials said exports at the end of the year would remain under a government target of $ 68 billion . silver
  81. Despite the gloomy forecast , South Korea has recorded a trade surplus of $ 71 million so far this year . silver
  82. From January to October , the nation 's accumulated exports increased 4 % from the same period last year to $ 50.45 billion . silver
  83. Imports were at $ 50.38 billion , up 19 % . silver
  84. Newsweek , trying to keep pace with rival Time magazine , announced new advertising rates for 1990 and said it will introduce a new incentive plan for advertisers . silver
  85. The new ad plan from Newsweek , a unit of the Washington Post Co. , is the second incentive plan the magazine has offered advertisers in three years . silver
  86. Alan Spoon , recently named Newsweek president , said Newsweek 's ad rates would increase 5 % in January . silver
  87. A full , four-color page in Newsweek will cost $ 100,980 . gold
  88. U.S. News has yet to announce its 1990 ad rates . gold
  89. Newsweek said it will introduce the Circulation Credit Plan , which awards space credits to advertisers on `` renewal advertising . '' silver
  90. Mr. Spoon said the plan is not an attempt to shore up a decline in ad pages in the first nine months of 1989 ; Newsweek 's ad pages totaled 1,620 , a drop of 3.2 % from last year , according to Publishers Information Bureau . silver
  91. Both Newsweek and U.S. News have been gaining circulation in recent years without heavy use of electronic giveaways to subscribers , such as telephones or watches . silver
  92. However , none of the big three weeklies recorded circulation gains recently . gold
  93. According to Audit Bureau of Circulations , Time , the largest newsweekly , had average circulation of 4,393,237 , a decrease of 7.3 % . silver
  94. Newsweek 's circulation for the first six months of 1989 was 3,288,453 , flat from the same period last year . silver
  95. U.S. News ' circulation in the same time was 2,303,328 , down 2.6 % . gold
  96. New England Electric System bowed out of the bidding for Public Service Co. of New Hampshire , saying that the risks were too high and the potential payoff too far in the future to justify a higher offer . silver
  97. The move leaves United Illuminating Co. and Northeast Utilities as the remaining outside bidders for PS of New Hampshire , which also has proposed an internal reorganization plan in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings under which it would remain an independent company . silver
  98. New England Electric , based in Westborough , Mass. , had offered $ 2 billion to acquire PS of New Hampshire , well below the $ 2.29 billion value United Illuminating places on its bid and the $ 2.25 billion Northeast says its bid is worth . silver
  99. United Illuminating is based in New Haven , Conn. , and Northeast is based in Hartford , Conn . gold
  100. That got hard to take , '' he added . gold
  101. Mr. Rowe also noted that political concerns also worried New England Electric . gold
  102. `` That attracts attention ... gold
  103. Wilbur Ross Jr. of Rothschild Inc. , the financial adviser to the troubled company 's equity holders , said the withdrawal of New England Electric might speed up the reorganization process . silver
  104. The fact that New England proposed lower rate increases -- 4.8 % over seven years against around 5.5 % boosts proposed by the other two outside bidders -- complicated negotiations with state officials , Mr. Ross asserted . silver
  105. `` Now the field is less cluttered , '' he added . gold
  106. Separately , the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission turned down for now a request by Northeast seeking approval of its possible purchase of PS of New Hampshire . silver
  107. PS of New Hampshire shares closed yesterday at $ 3.75 , off 25 cents , in New York Stock Exchange composite trading . gold
  108. Norman Ricken , 52 years old and former president and chief operating officer of Toys `` R '' Us Inc. , and Frederick Deane Jr. , 63 , chairman of Signet Banking Corp. , were elected directors of this consumer electronics and appliances retailing chain . silver
  109. They succeed Daniel M. Rexinger , retired Circuit City executive vice president , and Robert R. Glauber , U.S. Treasury undersecretary , on the 12-member board . gold
  110. Commonwealth Edison Co. was ordered to refund about $ 250 million to its current and former ratepayers for illegal rates collected for cost overruns on a nuclear power plant . silver
  111. The refund was about $ 55 million more than previously ordered by the Illinois Commerce Commission and trade groups said it may be the largest ever required of a state or local utility . silver
  112. State court Judge Richard Curry ordered Edison to make average refunds of about $ 45 to $ 50 each to Edison customers who have received electric service since April 1986 , including about two million customers who have moved during that period . silver
  113. Judge Curry ordered the refunds to begin Feb. 1 and said that he would n't entertain any appeals or other attempts to block his order by Commonwealth Edison . silver
  114. `` The refund pool ... may not be held hostage through another round of appeals , '' Judge Curry said . silver
  115. The exact amount of the refund will be determined next year based on actual collections made until Dec. 31 of this year . silver
  116. Commonwealth Edison said the ruling could force it to slash its 1989 earnings by $ 1.55 a share . silver
  117. For 1988 , Commonwealth Edison reported earnings of $ 737.5 million , or $ 3.01 a share . silver
  118. In New York Stock Exchange composite trading yesterday , Commonwealth Edison closed at $ 38.375 , down 12.5 cents . silver
  119. The $ 2.5 billion Byron 1 plant near Rockford , Ill. , was completed in 1985 . silver
  120. In a disputed 1985 ruling , the Commerce Commission said Commonwealth Edison could raise its electricity rates by $ 49 million to pay for the plant . silver
  121. But state courts upheld a challenge by consumer groups to the commission 's rate increase and found the rates illegal . silver
  122. The Illinois Supreme Court ordered the commission to audit Commonwealth Edison 's construction expenses and refund any unreasonable expenses . silver
  123. The utility has been collecting for the plant 's construction cost from its 3.1 million customers subject to a refund since 1986 . silver
  124. In his ruling , Judge Curry added an additional $ 55 million to the commission 's calculations . silver
  125. Last month , Judge Curry set the interest rate on the refund at 9 % . silver
  126. Commonwealth Edison now faces an additional court-ordered refund on its summer/winter rate differential collections that the Illinois Appellate Court has estimated at $ 140 million . silver
  127. And consumer groups hope that Judge Curry 's Byron 1 order may set a precedent for a second nuclear rate case involving Commonwealth Edison 's Braidwood 2 plant . silver
  128. Commonwealth Edison is seeking about $ 245 million in rate increases to pay for Braidwood 2 . silver
  129. The commission is expected to rule on the Braidwood 2 case by year end . silver
  130. Last year Commonwealth Edison had to refund $ 72.7 million for poor performance of its LaSalle I nuclear plant . silver
  131. Japan 's domestic sales of cars , trucks and buses in October rose 18 % from a year earlier to 500,004 units , a record for the month , the Japan Automobile Dealers ' Association said . silver
  132. The strong growth followed year-to-year increases of 21 % in August and 12 % in September . silver
  133. The monthly sales have been setting records every month since March . gold
  134. October sales , compared with the previous month , inched down 0.4 % . silver
  135. Sales of passenger cars grew 22 % from a year earlier to 361,376 units . silver
  136. Texas Instruments Japan Ltd. , a unit of Texas Instruments Inc. , said it opened a plant in South Korea to manufacture control devices . silver
  137. The new plant , located in Chinchon about 60 miles from Seoul , will help meet increasing and diversifying demand for control products in South Korea , the company said . silver
  138. The plant will produce control devices used in motor vehicles and household appliances . gold
  139. Moreover , there have been no orders for the Cray-3 so far , though the company says it is talking with several prospects . silver
  140. While many of the risks were anticipated when Minneapolis-based Cray Research first announced the spinoff in May , the strings it attached to the financing had n't been made public until yesterday . silver
  141. `` We did n't have much of a choice , '' Cray Computer 's chief financial officer , Gregory Barnum , said in an interview . silver
  142. `` The theory is that Seymour is the chief designer of the Cray-3 , and without him it could not be completed . silver
  143. Cray Research did not want to fund a project that did not include Seymour . '' gold
  144. But Mr. Barnum called that `` a worst-case '' scenario . gold
  145. The filing on the details of the spinoff caused Cray Research stock to jump $ 2.875 yesterday to close at $ 38 in New York Stock Exchange composite trading . silver
  146. Analysts noted yesterday that Cray Research 's decision to link its $ 98.3 million promissory note to Mr. Cray 's presence will complicate a valuation of the new company . silver
  147. `` Cray Computer will be a concept stock , '' he said . gold
  148. Besides the designer 's age , other risk factors for Mr. Cray 's new company include the Cray-3 's tricky , unproven chip technology . silver
  149. The SEC documents describe those chips , which are made of gallium arsenide , as being so fragile and minute they will require special robotic handling equipment . silver
  150. In addition , the Cray-3 will contain 16 processors -- twice as many as the largest current supercomputer . silver
  151. Cray Computer also will face intense competition , not only from Cray Research , which has about 60 % of the world-wide supercomputer market and which is expected to roll out the C-90 machine , a direct competitor with the Cray-3 , in 1991 . silver
  152. The spinoff also will compete with International Business Machines Corp. and Japan 's Big Three -- Hitachi Ltd. , NEC Corp. and Fujitsu Ltd . silver
  153. The new company said it believes there are fewer than 100 potential customers for supercomputers priced between $ 15 million and $ 30 million -- presumably the Cray-3 price range . silver
  154. Under terms of the spinoff , Cray Research stockholders are to receive one Cray Computer share for every two Cray Research shares they own in a distribution expected to occur in about two weeks . silver
  155. No price for the new shares has been set . gold
  156. Instead , the companies will leave it up to the marketplace to decide . silver
  157. Cray Computer has applied to trade on Nasdaq . gold
  158. Analysts calculate Cray Computer 's initial book value at about $ 4.75 a share . gold
  159. Along with the note , Cray Research is transferring about $ 53 million in assets , primarily those related to the Cray-3 development , which has been a drain on Cray Research 's earnings . silver
  160. Pro-forma balance sheets clearly show why Cray Research favored the spinoff . silver
  161. Without the Cray-3 research and development expenses , the company would have been able to report a profit of $ 19.3 million for the first half of 1989 rather than the $ 5.9 million it posted . silver
  162. On the other hand , had it existed then , Cray Computer would have incurred a $ 20.5 million loss . silver
  163. Regarded as the father of the supercomputer , Mr. Cray was paid $ 600,000 at Cray Research last year . silver
  164. At Cray Computer , he will be paid $ 240,000 . gold
  165. Besides Messrs. Cray and Barnum , other senior management at the company includes Neil Davenport , 47 , president and chief executive officer ; Joseph M. Blanchard , 37 , vice president , engineering ; Malcolm A. Hammerton , 40 , vice president , software ; and Douglas R. Wheeland , 45 , vice president , hardware . silver
  166. All came from Cray Research . gold
  167. He will continue to report to Donald Pardus , president and chief executive officer . gold
  168. Mr. Stevens was executive vice president of this electric-utility holding company . gold
  169. Arthur A. Hatch , 59 , was named executive vice president of the company . gold
  170. He was previously president of the company 's Eastern Edison Co. unit . gold
  171. Previously he was vice president of Eastern Edison . gold
  172. Robert P. Tassinari , 63 , was named senior vice president of Eastern Utilities . silver
  173. He was previously vice president . gold
  174. Mrs. Hills said many of the 25 countries that she placed under varying degrees of scrutiny have made `` genuine progress '' on this touchy issue . gold
  175. Mrs. Hills lauded South Korea for creating an intellectual-property task force and special enforcement teams of police officers and prosecutors trained to pursue movie and book pirates . silver
  176. Seoul also has instituted effective search-and-seizure procedures to aid these teams , she said . gold
  177. These three countries are n't completely off the hook , though . silver
  178. They will remain on a lower-priority list that includes 17 other countries . gold
  179. `` What this tells us is that U.S. trade law is working , '' he said . gold
  180. The 1988 trade act requires Mrs. Hills to issue another review of the performance of these countries by April 30 . gold
  181. Mr. Rapanelli met in August with U.S. Assistant Treasury Secretary David Mulford . gold
  182. But he has not said before that the country wants half the debt forgiven . silver
  183. THREE COMPUTERS THAT CHANGED the face of personal computing were launched in 1977 . gold
  184. That year the Apple II , Commodore Pet and Tandy TRS-80 came to market . gold
  185. The computers were crude by today 's standards . gold
  186. Big mainframe computers for business had been around for years . gold
  187. Current PCs are more than 50 times faster and have memory capacity 500 times greater than their 1977 counterparts . silver
  188. There were many pioneer PC contributors . silver
  189. Kalipharma is a New Jersey-based pharmaceuticals concern that sells products under the Purepac label . silver
  190. Esso said the Whiting field started production Tuesday . silver
  191. The field has reserves of 21 million barrels . silver
  192. Reserves for the five new fields total 50 million barrels . silver
  193. The sale of Southern Optical is a part of the program . silver
  194. Previously , watch imports were denied such duty-free treatment . gold
  195. They expect him to cut costs throughout the organization . silver
  196. The total marks the sixth consecutive monthly decline . silver
  197. Pick a country , any country . silver
  198. The next province ? silver
  199. They fell into oblivion after the 1929 crash . silver
  200. Behind all the hoopla is some heavy-duty competition . silver
  201. But it does n't take much to get burned . gold
  202. Political and currency gyrations can whipsaw the funds . silver
  203. And most country funds were clobbered more than most stocks after the 1987 crash . silver
  204. But some European funds recently have skyrocketed ; Spain Fund has surged to a startling 120 % premium . silver
  205. That way investors can essentially buy the funds without paying the premium . silver
  206. The U.S.S.R. belongs to neither organization . silver
  207. Its index inched up to 47.6 % in October from 46 % in September . silver
  208. `` What sector is stepping forward to pick up the slack ? '' he asked . silver
  209. `` I draw a blank . '' silver
  210. Factory payrolls fell in September . silver
  211. They cite a lack of `` imbalances '' that provide early warning signals of a downturn . silver
  212. Excluding these orders , backlogs declined 0.3 % . silver
  213. The decline was even steeper than in September . silver
  214. The purchasing managers ' report is based on data provided by more than 250 purchasing executives . silver
  215. Pamela Sebastian in New York contributed to this article . silver
  216. This is Japan ? silver
  217. It 's imaginative and often funny . silver
  218. It 's a shame their meeting never took place . gold
  219. South Korea has different concerns . silver
  220. In Seoul , officials began visiting about 26,000 cigarette stalls to remove illegal posters and signboards advertising imported cigarettes . silver
  221. The warrants expire Nov. 30 , 1990 . silver
  222. Bramalea said it expects to complete the issue by the end of the month . silver
  223. Steve Martin has already laid his claim to that . silver
  224. So would the Little Tramp , for that matter . silver
  225. The Artist has his routine . silver
  226. He is his own man . silver
  227. Marie-Louise , a small-time abortionist , was their woman . silver
  228. Her remorse was shallow and brief . silver
  229. New York City : silver
  230. The other has opposed a ban on cop-killer bullets . silver
  231. One claims he 's pro-choice . silver
  232. Who 's telling the truth ? silver
  233. Everybody -- and nobody . gold
  234. Virginia : silver
  235. New Jersey : silver
  236. And the nose on Mr. Courter 's face grows . silver
  237. Who 's telling the truth ? silver
  238. But it 's building on a long tradition . silver
  239. But it resists yielding political ground . gold
  240. The Baker proposal reasserts Washington 's intention to continue playing a leading political role in the region . silver
  241. Cathryn Rice could hardly believe her eyes . silver
  242. Her alternative was 90 days in jail . silver
  243. Her story is partly one of personal downfall . silver
  244. Prosecutors alleged that she was trying to bolster students ' scores to win a bonus under the state 's 1984 Education Improvement Act . silver
  245. And South Carolina says it is getting results . silver
  246. Her immediate predecessor suffered a nervous breakdown . silver
  247. I loved the school , its history . gold
  248. Pressures began to build . silver
  249. Friends told her she was pushing too hard . silver
  250. School officials and prosecutors say Mrs. Yeargin is lying . silver
  251. `` Not really . silver
  252. I believe in the system . silver
  253. What she did was like taking the law into your own hands . '' silver
  254. I was dumbfounded , '' Mrs. Ward recalls . silver
  255. The school-board hearing at which she was dismissed was crowded with students , teachers and parents who came to testify on her behalf . silver
  256. Many colleagues are angry at Mrs. Yeargin . silver
  257. There may be others doing what she did . '' gold
  258. Mrs. Ward , for one , was relieved . gold
  259. It also asks them to add two-sevenths and three-sevenths . silver
  260. The materials in each set reach about 90 students . silver
  261. McGraw-Hill was outraged . silver
  262. Earlier this week , Dr. Sullivan tried to defuse these charges by stressing that candidates to head the NIH and the CDC will be judged by `` standards of scientific and administrative excellence , '' not politics . silver
  263. But the administration 's handling of the fetal-tissue transplant issue disturbs many scientists . gold
  264. `` When scientific progress moves into uncharted ground , there has to be a role for society to make judgments about its applications , '' says Myron Genel , associate dean of the Yale Medical School . silver
  265. `` The disturbing thing about this abortion issue is that the debate has become polarized , so that no mechanism exists '' for finding a middle ground . silver
  266. The Nasdaq 100 index of the biggest nonfinancial stocks gained 1.39 to 446.62 . silver
  267. But the broader Nasdaq bank index , which tracks thrift issues , jumped 3.23 to 436.01 . silver
  268. He said the company 's core business remains strong . silver
  269. Rally 's lost 1 3/4 to 21 3/4 . silver
  270. THE WAR OVER FEDERAL JUDICIAL SALARIES takes a victim . silver
  271. `` Judges are not getting what they deserve . silver
  272. DOONESBURY CREATOR'S UNION TROUBLES are no laughing matter . silver
  273. GAF TRIAL goes to round three . silver
  274. Attorneys in the third stock-manipulation trial of GAF Corp. began opening arguments yesterday in the Manhattan courtroom of U.S. District Judge Mary Johnson Lowe . silver
  275. This trial is expected to last five weeks . gold
  276. He will specialize in white-collar criminal defense work . gold
  277. Terms were n't disclosed . gold
  278. PAPERS : silver
  279. Terms were n't disclosed . silver
  280. TV : silver
  281. Guaranteed minimum 6 % . silver
  282. A spokesman declined to speculate about possible reductions in force . gold
  283. It remains unclear whether the bond issue will be rolled over . silver
  284. `` We 're willing to negotiate , '' says Dennis Gillespie , executive vice president of marketing . silver
  285. It said the programs , largely game shows , will be provided by its E.C. Television unit along with Fremantle International , a producer and distributor of game shows of which it recently bought 49 % . gold
  286. It said that volume makes it the largest supplier of original TV programming in Europe . gold
  287. Interpublic is providing the programming in return for advertising time , which it said will be valued at more than $ 75 million in 1990 and $ 150 million in 1991 . gold
  288. It plans to sell the ad time to its clients at a discount . silver
  289. NEW ACCOUNT : silver
  290. The business had been handled by VanSant Dugdale , Baltimore . silver
  291. AT&T FAX : silver
  292. Enterprise Rent-A-Car Inc. breaks its first national ad campaign this week . silver
  293. Such belts already are required for the vehicles ' front seats . silver
  294. They did n't have much luck during the Reagan administration . silver
  295. `` We 're in a very different regulatory environment . '' silver
  296. `` We could prevent many of these fatalities with minimum roof-crush standards , '' he said . silver
  297. The department 's roof-crush proposal would apply to vehicles weighing 10,000 pounds or less . silver
  298. The roofs would be required to withstand a force of 1.5 times the unloaded weight of the vehicle . gold
  299. During the test , the roof could n't be depressed more than five inches . silver
  300. Chrysler said its trucks and vans already meet the roof-crush resistance standard for cars . silver
  301. Ford began installing the rear-seat belts in trucks with its F-series Crew Cab pickups in the 1989 model year . silver
  302. Mr. Leinonen said he expects Ford to meet the deadline easily . silver
  303. Consolidated Rail Corp. said it would spend more than $ 30 million on 1,000 enclosed railcars for transporting autos . silver
  304. This year , the railroad holding company acquired 850 such railcars . silver
  305. He added , `` There 's nothing very hot . '' silver
  306. Mr. Driscoll did n't elaborate about who the potential partners were or when the talks were held . gold
  307. GOODY PRODUCTS Inc. cut its quarterly dividend to five cents a share from 11.5 cents a share . silver
  308. The reduced dividend is payable Jan. 2 to stock of record Dec. 15 . silver
  309. In the year-ago quarter , the company reported net income of $ 1.9 million , or 29 cents a share . silver
  310. The company also adopted an anti-takeover plan . silver
  311. Mr. Butler will remain on the board as a nonexecutive director . silver
  312. Rally 's Inc. said it has redeemed its rights outstanding issued Monday in its shareholder rights plan . silver
  313. The company said holders of stock of record Nov. 10 will receive 1/10th of one cent a share as the redemption payment . silver
  314. The price is a new high for California Cabernet Sauvignon , but it is not the highest . silver
  315. Take Lake Vineyard Cabernet from Diamond Creek . silver
  316. The union vote to reject the proposed pact was 230-215 . silver
  317. Investors took advantage of Tuesday 's stock rally to book some profits yesterday , leaving stocks up fractionally . silver
  318. As expected , a national purchasing managers ' report indicated the nation 's manufacturing sector continues to contract modestly . silver
  319. Stock prices rose fractionally in moderate trading . silver
  320. Big Board volume totaled 154.2 million shares . silver
  321. Bond prices were up . silver
  322. The Treasury 's benchmark 30-year bond gained about a quarter of a point , or $ 2.50 for each $ 1,000 of face amount . gold
  323. The yield fell to 7.88 % . silver
  324. The dollar rose . silver
  325. In late afternoon New York trading the currency was at 1.8500 marks and 143.80 yen compared with 1.8415 marks and 142.85 yen . silver
  326. Net income more than tripled to 4.898 billion yen from 1.457 billion yen a year earlier . silver
  327. Eaton Corp. said it sold its Pacific Sierra Research Corp. unit to a company formed by employees of that unit . silver
  328. Terms were n't disclosed . silver
  329. Eaton is an automotive parts , controls and aerospace electronics concern . silver
  330. However , it has n't yet made any proposals to shareholders . silver
  331. It did n't elaborate . silver
  332. Mr. Simmons and NL already own a 9.9 % stake in Georgia Gulf . silver
  333. Mr. Simmons owns 88 % of Valhi Inc. , which in turn owns two-thirds of NL . silver
  334. NL is officially making the offer . silver
  335. In other transactions , Mr. Simmons has followed friendly offers with a hostile tender offer . silver
  336. Sales fell to $ 251.2 million from $ 278.7 million . silver
  337. In New Brunswick , N.J. , a Johnson & Johnson spokesman declined comment . silver
  338. Where they disagree is on the subject of U.S. direct investment in Japan . silver
  339. `` We have a long history of maintaining an open direct-investment policy , '' Mr. Dallara says . silver
  340. The Japanese fret openly about the U.S. public 's rancor . silver
  341. The Texas oilman has acquired a 26.2 % stake valued at more than $ 1.2 billion in an automotive-lighting company , Koito Manufacturing Co . silver
  342. But he has failed to gain any influence at the company . silver
  343. But they have n't clarified what those might be . silver
  344. By Monday , they hope to have a sheaf of documents both sides can trust . silver
  345. Mr. Bodner declines to comment on the arrangement . silver
  346. They operate ships and banks . silver
  347. A company spokesman declined to elaborate on the departure . gold
  348. She took her business to First Atlanta . silver
  349. Those efforts are being stepped up . silver
  350. Banks have tried packaging before . gold
  351. The concept begot a slew of copycats , but the banks stopped promoting the packages . silver
  352. One big reason : thin margins . silver
  353. The competition has cultivated a much savvier consumer . gold
  354. Packaging has some drawbacks . silver
  355. Soon , it will split those into 30 . silver
  356. IRAs . silver
  357. A steady deposit base . silver
  358. The others here today live elsewhere . gold
  359. They are n't accepted everywhere , however . silver
  360. In fact , `` the market has always tanked . silver
  361. Always . silver
  362. Stockholders who took the hint and sold shares escaped the October debacle . gold
  363. What will happen to dividend growth next year ? silver
  364. Such is hardly the case . silver
  365. This is where Bell 's patents went . silver
  366. Oliver Berliner Beverly Hills , Calif . silver
  367. The Chinese responded in an equally undiplomatic fashion . silver
  368. Mr. Nixon was to leave China today . gold
  369. China pulled out of the program in July . silver
  370. The rifles were n't loaded . silver
  371. The Japanese industrial companies should know better . gold
  372. He is just passing the buck to young people . silver
  373. What 's wrong with asking for more money ? silver
  374. It is not unethical to choose a higher-salaried job . gold
  375. Hiroshi Asada silver
  376. Preston G. Foster Birmingham , Ala . silver
  377. A telephone-information operator had no listing for either party . silver
  378. Officials of Triton could n't be reached for comment . silver
  379. Mr. Crane did n't return a call seeking comment . silver
  380. He described the situation as `` an escrow problem , a timing issue , '' which he said was rapidly rectified , with no losses to customers . gold
  381. A Shearson spokesman had no comment . silver
  382. `` I never had any clients at all . gold
  383. But regulators are wary . silver
  384. ( Morgan Stanley last week joined a growing list of U.S. securities firms that have stopped doing index arbitrage for their own accounts . ) silver
  385. The British also are scrutinizing program trades . silver
  386. Market professionals said London has several attractions . silver
  387. Compromises are possible . silver
  388. Drink Carrier Competes With Cartons silver
  389. The new carrier can tote as many as four cups at once . silver
  390. Inventor Claire Marvin says his design virtually eliminates spilling . silver
  391. Lids are n't even needed . silver
  392. Seed for Jail Solution Fails to Take Root silver
  393. He declined to discuss other terms of the issue . silver
  394. Follow-up report : silver
  395. That was the law . silver
  396. It was censorship . silver
  397. It was outrageous . silver
  398. And it was stupid . silver
  399. And , indeed , the lawsuit was dismissed . silver
  400. In the interview at headquarters yesterday afternoon , both men exuded confidence and seemed to work well together . silver
  401. Wednesday , November 1 , 1989 silver
  402. Many lost their farms . silver
  403. Neither company would disclose the program 's cost . silver
  404. American Express also represents the upscale image `` we 're trying to project , '' she adds . gold
  405. But since the 1990 model year began Oct. 1 , Buick sales have plunged 33 % . silver
  406. `` I would like to go back to 1970 . gold
  407. `` Just a blind fear of the unknown is causing them to beg the regulators for protection . '' silver
  408. You will not panic , silver
  409. you will not put the financial system in jeopardy . ' '' silver
  410. Futures traders respond that low margins help keep their markets active . gold
  411. The company said its industrial unit continues to face margin pressures and lower demand . silver
  412. Wednesday 's dominant issue was Yasuda Fire & Marine Insurance , which continued to surge on rumors of speculative buying . silver
  413. Valley Federal is currently being examined by regulators . silver
  414. The two partners merely had to falsify the true ownership of the corporation . silver
  415. Wedtech did n't just use old fashioned bribery . silver
  416. Sometimes the bribed became partners in the company . silver
  417. Wedtech management used the merit system . silver
  418. Wedtech 's scammers simply bribed them to shut up . silver
  419. He enters the story toward the end , just in time to get arrested . silver
  420. They take place in government programs that seem tailor-made for corruption . silver
  421. Why are programs like this not eliminated ? silver
  422. `` Feeding Frenzy '' does provide a few clues . silver
  423. This is the real issue raised by the Wedtech scandal . silver
  424. The new company will attempt to limit the shipyard 's losses , participants said . silver
  425. Waertsilae Marine 's biggest creditor is Miami-based Carnival Cruise Lines Inc . silver
  426. Waertsilae Marine 's bankruptcy proceedings began Tuesday in a Helsinki court . silver