Thursday, November 6, 2008

Business: Delta adds $15 1st checked bag fee

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Obama election papers a hot item
Firm to help National Health Museum choose site
The museum has picked the real estate firm Carter to be its adviser as it tries to nail down a site for the $250 million attraction. It is considering sites around Centennial Olympic Park, within walking distance of the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola, Imagine It children's museum, CNN and the future Center for Civil & Human Rights.

Delta announces fees on checked bags
Delta Air Lines will begin charging $15 for passengers for their first checked bag and $25 for a second checked bag on domestic flights, the Atlanta-based airline announced Wednesday.
Unruly United passenger restrained with duct tape

Aaron Rents raises quarterly dividend
The Atlanta-based rent-to-own chain, has raised its quarterly dividend by a penny, or 6.3 percent, to 17 cents per share on common and class A common stock.

Private Quarters
Jerry and Jean Cooper's modern home nestled in a stand of tall trees has changed shape through the years as the family added onto it.

Stocks open lower as economic woes mount
Wall Street remains worried about the economy, and stocks are moderately lower as fresh readings on retail sales and jobless claims fan investors' recession fears.

For Obama, long-term ills and short-term pain
Barack Obama's victory in Tuesday's presidential election was in many ways a repeat of Ronald Reagan's win 28 years ago. His eventual success as president may depend on a willingness to do what Mr. Reagan did: be willing to combat long-term economic problems while accepting short-term pain and the risk of a prolonged slowdown that could damage his popularity.
First crisis? The economy | The day after, election-flavored ads
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Rapper kicks off business-centered reality show
50 Cent has a new show on MTV, where business-savvy contestants compete for a shot at fame and a huge cash prize. But the rapper says he's not following the path of that other famous reality show hosted by Donald Trump.

Retailers report steep drop in October sales
The stunning drop-off from an already weak September performance is further darkening the outlook for the holiday season and dimming hopes for any industry recovery until at least the second half of next year.
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