Thais’ Financial Woes Are Putting Repo Men In the Driver’s Seat
Many a Mercedes Gets Seized As Status Symbol Becomes Just Another Bad Loan
The Wall Street Journal Europe, March 1997

Repko’s Rescue Mission:
Helping Companies Stay Aloft
The Wall Street Journal, April 2001

Thailand’s Safety Net
Farms and Faith — Buddhism Helps Ease the Pain of Economic Crisis
The Wall Street Journal, February 1998

Of Burgers and Bonds
DLJ Draws Fire as Deal Sours -­-­-­ AmeriServe Offering Didn’t Alert Investors Of Burger King Gripes
The Wall Street Journal, May 2000

Anschutz Group Scores Big by Moving Against the Grain
Eclectic Denver Trio Rides Proud Contrarian Stance To Major-­League Returns
The Wall Street Journal, May 2001

High-Tech Trauma
Creative Accounting Sinks Semiconductor Maker
The Wall Street Journal, September 1997

Thailand’s Steel Dreams Turn To Rust
Inexperience and Mismanagement Stymie Effort to Build New Industries
The Asian Wall Street Journal, August 1996

Too Much Telecom?
Start-­Up’s Woes Unsettle Investors
The Wall Street Journal, August 2000

Shopaholic Thais Shatter Stereotype of Asian Savers
The Asian Wall Street Journal, June 1996

Paul’s early reporting turns up in Microsoft anti-trust suit
Caldera vs. Microsoft, November 1999