A lone employee oversees Hewlett-Packard workstations being assembled at a plant on Jan. 1, 1993. Huge improvements in computer technology propelled the economy during that decade. Ovak Arslanian/Time hide caption

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Back To The Economy Of The '90s? Not So Fast
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Ohio Family Of Five Gets By On Modest Income
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Why Are Oil Prices Sinking So Quickly?
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Why Olympic Results Are Known Before Broadcast
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