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Publisher's Summary

This second of a two-part anniversary issue contains four articles :

FINANCIAL PAGE
"Overcompensating" by James Surowiecki: Is full disclosure of executive compensation the right idea?

THE SPORTING SCENE
"Little Wing" by Susan Orlean: Of pigeons and pigeon fanciers.

ONWARD AND UPWARD WITH THE ARTS
"The Opera Lover" by James B. Stewart: The rise and fall of Alberto Vilar.

POP MUSIC
"Positive Attitude" by Sasha Frere-Jones: The Yeah Yeah Yeah's new album.

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