Person of the Week
Hong Kong's unpopular Chief Executive TUNG CHEE-HWA bet the farm-and about $2.9 billion-that building a Disney theme park would revive his city's moribund economy. But news that Disney may be planning another park in the former colony's archrival Shanghai has Hong Kongers feeling that Scrooge McDuck has picked their pocket
"I'm constantly amazed that anybody cares what I do."
PAUL H. O'NEILL,
U.S. Treasury Secretary and chief economic spokesman for the Bush administration, defending his plans for extensive foreign travel while the markets fluctuate...