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UPS, FedEx wooing DHL clients
Labor tensions rise after Delta-Northwest merger
The Air Line Pilots Association and Delta Air Lines have submitted federal filings that are sparking labor conflict just days after Delta closed its merger with Northwest Airlines. The International Association of Machinists wants the carriers considered as separate for now, which preserves the existing unionized groups.
Airport checkpoint logic still defies good sense

Atlanta shoots for another Final Four
Atlanta hospitality officials are hoping last year's successful men's Final Four tournament at the Georgia Dome will persuade the NCAA to bring the men's college basketball championship game back soon.

Man killed in Dalton carpet factory
Coroner Bobbie Dixon says Bradley Brookshire, 45, of Wjhitfield County died of massive trauma while on the job at Aladdin Mills. Early reports indicated Brookshire was caught in a machine.

Private Quarters Splurge
Photos: A Buckhead gem, the Pink Palace, has been restored to its glory days.

UPS, FedEx battle heats up
The near-term goal of Sandy Springs-based UPS is to turn DHL's customers toward Big Brown - and away from No. 2 FedEx, based in Memphis, or the No. 3 U.S. Postal Service.

Government provides new assistance to AIG
The feds took the action as it became increasingly clear that an original financial lifeline thrown to AIG in September would be insufficient to stabilize the teetering company.
Aides: Obama suggests helping auto companies

Circuit City seeks bankruptcy
Under Chapter 11 protection, the nation's second-biggest electronics retailer can keep operating while it develops a reorganization plan. Its Canadian operations also filed for similar protection. Circuit City announced a week ago it planned to close 155 of its more than 700 U.S. stores by Dec. 31, including all of its metro Atlanta stores.

Stocks decline on housing worries
Homebuilder Toll Brothers Inc. and coffee chain Starbucks Corp. helped send Wall Street sharply lower today after giving investors more evidence that the housing market and consumer spending are getting weaker. The Dow Jones industrial average sank more than 200 points.

American Express gets OK to become bank holding company
The approval by the Federal Reserve opens door for the credit card giant to accept deposits and permanently access financing from the Fed. It's the latest reshaping of the financial services industry, which is undergoing its worst credit crisis in decades.

Hotels offer guests the latest technology tools
Hotels are under such pressure to keep up with their gadget-obsessed guests that they are working with technology companies to regain their edge. Even smaller brands are turning to technology leaders to equip their public spaces and guestrooms with the latest electronics.

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