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New airport scanners show all
ATL sports teams boost spirits during bad economic times
Several times a week, in these historically bleak times, Atlanta sports followers can get away from it all for several hours thanks to three teams - the Hawks, Falcons and Thrashers - that, at least for now, are doing a little better than the rest of us.

2009 expected to be tough for Atlanta tourism
The Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, which is tasked with bringing tourists and trade shows to the city, is forecasting a 2.6 percent decline next year in its main source of revenue - hotel/motel tax collections - and a 3.2 percent decrease in overall income compared with the year before.

Airport terminal work may stop
The $1.6 billion project to build a new international terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport could be suspended within the next few months because the airport has been unable to sell $600 million in municipal bonds. Discuss.
Photos: Airport scanners show all | Paulding gets its own airport
Delta: Deal on old loan could save Minnesota jobs
New U.S. travel security measure start Jan. 12

Delectable Kitchens
Photos: Harold Dieterle of "Top Chef" fame reveals secrets of a top-drawer home kitchen that even chefs covet.

Retail sales fall by record amount in October
The Commerce Department said today that retail sales fell by 2.8 percent last month, surpassing the old mark of a 2.65 percent drop in November 2001 in the wake of the terrorist attacks that year. The decline in sales was led by a huge drop in auto purchases, but sales of all types of products from furniture to clothing fell as consumers retrenched.
Expect deep discounts this holiday | Return policies easing | Holiday Guide

Obama not first president to face hard economic choices
A candidate can criticize the incumbent and promise better economic times, but only when he moves into the White House does he confront the challenge of making the payoff match the pledge.
Chances dwindle on bailout plan for automakers

2 Fox, NBC stations to pool video news gathering
Executives from NBC and Fox compared the money-saving arrangement to the pool coverage that news outlets use to report on certain events, or to what wire services provide to newspapers.

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