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After-Thanksgiving frenzy begins
How Delta, others fit in at small airports
Some 97 U.S. airports have lost or will lose all commercial airline service by the end of this year. Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, which serves 140 small communities in the U.S., is connected to some of those cuts.
Delta tries to safeguard U.S. employees | 2 Americans among slain Mumbai hostages

Cobb energy co-op suit nears end
If approved, the settlement deal would restore control of the venerable electric cooperative to the nonprofit co-op itself, instead of the for-profit Cobb Energy that has run it for the past decade.

New banks emphasize security
With economic anxiety sweeping the public, some banks have decided to jettison traditional ads touting products and instead market traits like stability and security.

Luxury Midtown condo a 'bully building'
The housing slump and weak economy are contributing condo owner frustration. Some buyers at the new Aqua luxury tower complain that more than a year after buying their units they remain powerless in how the building is run.

Talking turkey about chicken
It may be the season of turkey, but in Atlanta, chicken rules. The city is home to the No. 2 and No. 3 fried chicken chains, Popeyes and Church's. Chick-fil-A, the largest chicken sandwich chain by the way, also is based in Atlanta.

Beloved downtown barber dies
Paul Guidry, 69, who worked for decades at the Walton Building Barber Shop at 83 Cone St. in Atlanta, died of cancer Wednesday morning at his Marietta home.
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Earlybird 'Black Friday' shoppers hit stores
Die-hard shoppers made their pilgrimages to metro area malls and outlet centers today, though traffic appeared to be moderate and many said they planned to trim their spending in light of this fall's economic slowdown.
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Stocks mixed after streak of gains
Wall Street wavered in a narrow range Friday following its advance earlier in the week, as investors traded in small numbers and anticipated a weak holiday shopping season. The stock market is closing three hours early at 1 p.m. EST, so the session is expected to be quiet.
4 reports paint bleak economic picture | Mortgage rates headed for new lows?

Why time stands still for watchmakers
Because brand names generally are centered on the upper half of a watch, hands positioned at 10 and 2 "frame the brand and logo," said Andrew Block, executive vice president at Tourneau, the watch retailer, which has 51 stores worldwide. "It's almost like an unwritten rule that everyone understands to photograph a watch a 10:10."

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