BUSINESS NEWS FOR SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 2001
Web site lets car leasers connect
        The dot-com meltdown, nationwide layoffs and lack of venture capital that could have funded competition mean good news for Swapalease.com.
Leasing popular, but complex

Duramed chairman weathered battles to position company
        The long fight to sell conjugated estrogens to millions of women took much out of Duramed Pharmaceuticals Inc., but it was worth it, company chairman E. Thomas Arington said.

Calhoun Street starting anew
        A Chicago-based developer has been selected to remake the strip of small businesses and fast-food restaurants along Calhoun Street into a $100 million mix of retail and housing.

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