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Unconditional Love

Once hunters and protectors, today's dogs have been promoted to family members. here's how to choose, train and love a dog

Posted: June 1, 2000    By Stacey C. Rivera


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The Sporting Time

Swiss sports watches are high-performance timepieces

Posted: June 1, 2000    By Edward Kiersh


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Painted Treasures

Investing in Oils Portrait paintings capture more than simple images, becoming family treasures and paying dividends as status symbols

Posted: June 1, 2000    By Warren Kalbacker


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Buying Today's Hot Artists

A Contemporary Look Buying Contemporary Art Means Searching Beyond the Obvious

Posted: June 1, 2000    By Judd Tully


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Great Moments

A Measure of Time

Posted: June 1, 2000    By Bernard Kalb


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Insights: Sports—Tale of the Tennis Titans

Agassi and Sampras prepare for Grand Slam showdowns

Posted: June 1, 2000    By Cliff Drysdale


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Insights: Indulgences—A Cut Above

The Mecca for custom-made shirts is a small firm in New York City

Posted: June 1, 2000    By Matt Kramer


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Insights: Finance

Micro-cap stocks are proof that great investment gifts can come in small packages

Posted: June 1, 2000   


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Ecuador: Land of Fire

Ecuadoran cigar wrapper tobacco thrives in a world of volcanoes and perpetual cloud cover.

Posted: April 1, 2000    By David Savona


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Auctions

Bidding for Time

Posted: April 1, 2000    By Judd Tully


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American Dynasties

Tycoons have come and gone, but few are the titans that form dynasties. In America, much weighs against the family that seeks to preserve a financial power base for generations.

Posted: April 1, 2000    By Jack Bettridge / Bruce Goldman / Terrence Fagan


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American Tycoons

Tycoon. The word comes from Japan, where it means the equivalent of shogun. But long ago America confiscated the title. It was in the U.S. that tycoons became paragons of power and influence. American tycoons swung deals, not swords, and changed the

Posted: April 1, 2000   


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