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CORPORATIONS: Tell 'Em

One day last week, General Electric's big, genial President Charles E. Wilson returned to his office to find 50 red roses in a basket beside his desk. "My...

The Wilson Plan

Almost alone among big businessmen, General Motors Corp.'s President Charles E. Wilson has needled the steel industry for not expanding faster (TIME, Nov. 6)...

Business: Fizzle

General Electric's Charles E. Wilson sounded disillusioned. Two months ago he had slashed the prices of about half G.E.'s products (TIME, Jan 12), hoping to...

ARMAMENT: The Wilson Plan

Signs of a drastic change in the arms program under Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson appeared in Washington last week. The signs indicated that the Wilson...

Business: Measure of Muscle

In his first quarterly report to the nation last week (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS), Mobilizer Charles E. Wilson measured the muscles of America's husky defense effort...

DEFENSE: Airplane Slowdown

Shortly before the Air Force stirred up the Senate Armed Forces Subcommittee and the nation last year with reports that Soviet Bear and Bison bombers were...

ARMAMENT: Progress Report

In his third quarterly report on defense this week, Mobilization Boss Charles E. Wilson let drop some bad news. The rearmament program is lagging so badly...

ARMAMENT: The Body Snatcher

Sidney J. Weinberg is a little man (5 ft. 4 in.) with a New York accent who is almost unknown to the public. But in Wall Street and in Washington, he is widely...

Business: DUAL MOBILIZATION: FOR WAR & PEACE

Is the U.S. mobilizing in the right way? General Motors' President Charles E. Wilson does not think so. The U.S. has shouldered the major responsibility for...

National Affairs: Decision on Missiles

When the guided missile whistled into everyday military planning, the brainy brass of the U.S. Army whistled in low alarm. If nations were going to fight wars...

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