Friday, October 31, 2008

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Deal struck in Cobb EMC lawsuit
Proposal would fold for-profit affiliate back into a co-op to end customers' litigation.

Robot dog could replace service dogs
Georgia Tech professor Charlie Kemp was never much of a dog person until his wife brought home an energetic goldendoodle named Daisy. Since then, the robotics researcher's work has literally gone to the dogs.

Decatur's Crescent Moon reopening with new name
Popular restaurant to open its doors in two or three weeks.

Delta exec visits Northwest employees
Ed Bastian flies to Minneapolis to meet with employees from Northwest, saying his first priority will be spending time with them now that the two carriers have merged.

Financial losses for teams come up in lawsuit
The Atlanta Hawks and Thrashers were projected to lose about $250 million from 2002 through 2005, a Turner Broadcasting System executive said.

Nintendo eyes record profit in fiscal year
President Satoru Iwata said worldwide sales of the Wii and the DS portable machine remained brisk in the face of a global downturn.

Synovus wants federal bailout cash
Columbus-based Synovus, Georgia's second-largest bank by assets, is waiting to hear whether it will be able to participate in the federal government's economic bailout program.

Newell Rubbermaid profit falls 68 percent
Maker of products including Rubbermaid storage containers and Sharpie pens said it may need to re-evaluate plans to sell off some underpeforming brands.

Beaten down, American consumers burrow deeper
Beaten down and watching their wealth shrink, Americans are cutting back sharply on their spending, trimming it in September by the largest amount in four years.

Justice Department investigating American Express
American Express has received a request from the U.S. Department of Justice for information regarding the credit card company's policies related to merchant surcharging, according to a regulatory filing Friday.

Oil falls below $65 on U.S. contraction
Oil prices slipped below $65 a barrel Friday, extending declines after data showed the U.S. economy contracted in the latest quarter, reinforcing expectations of a prolonged slump in demand.

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