The Wall Street Journal

Unequal Opportunity: Losing Ground on the Employment Front
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe
In Latest Recession, Only Blacks Suffered Net Employment Loss –Firms Added Whites,
Asians and Hispanics Overall, But They Deny Any Bias – Effects of Seniority, Location
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The Waiting Game: Women Make Strides, But Men Stay Firmly in Top Company Jobs
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Rochelle Sharpe
Thirty years after the Civil Rights Act barred sex discrimination in the workplace, the
debate over women’s progress in corporate America boils down to this: You’ve come a
long way – maybe.
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Family Friendly Firms Don’t Always Promote Females
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe
Family-friendly companies aren’t always a woman’s best friend.
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Painkiller: How a Drug Approved By the FDA Turned Into a Lethal Failure
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe
Despite Early Doubts, Duract Carried a Mild Warning; Then, Some Patients Died — `A Lot of
Wishful Thinking’
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Staking Claims: One Effect of a Law On Diet Supplements Is Leaner Regulation
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe
With Web Site, Smart Ads And Supplier, One Man Scores on a `Stud Pill’ — Five Cops vs. 20,000
Products
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Drugs: Look-Alike Names Lead to Drug Mix-Ups
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe
Drug names can be hazardous to your health — and to pharmaceutical companies, too.
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Viagra’s Success Spotlights the Dark Side of Sex
The Wall Street Journal
Nancy Ann Jeffrey and Rochelle Sharpe
As a million men have rushed to take the impotence pill Viagra in its just nine weeks on the
market, the biggest drug craze since Prozac is spotlighting a new medical risk:
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In Whose Hands? How Allstate Applied Scientology Methods to Train Its Managers
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe
Led by a Church Member, Classes Elevated Profits Above ‘Reasonableness’ — Copyright: L.
Ron Hubbard
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Testing the Law: A Mysterious Matter Of Body Odor Turns Into a Federal Case
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe
Beatrice Shaw knew her body odor sometimes got so rancid that it made her co-workers
feel sick.
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Divided Ranks: Women at Mitsubishi Say Union Fell Short on Sexual Harassment
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe
UAW Local Rarely Filed Grievances, Though It Says It Took Other Action – Tracing One
Complex Case
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Beating the Ivy League Odds
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe
Elite colleges say you can’t game the admissions process. But Rochelle Sharpe crunches
the numbers – and finds some extracurriculars matter a whole lot more than others.
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Better Babies
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe
School Gets Kids to Do Feats at a Tender Age, But It’s Controversial – The Intensity and
Discipline of Doman System Have a Cost, Some Critics Say – Gray’s Anatomy at Age 8
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Bones of Contention: When a Marriage Goes to the Dogs – Who Gets Custody of the
Pets Causes Much Acrimony
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe
Steve Morris admits his marriage lasted longer than he thought it would – because of
Jolson.
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Hearts of Gold: All Romance Aside, Valentine’s Day Can Be Frantic — and Lucrative
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe
A Washington Florist Bolsters His Staff for the Holiday; He Is Also Very Discreet — Filling
a 747 With Roses
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