BUSINESS NEWS FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 2001
Economists: Rate cut near
        A sharp drop in the cost of gasoline and other energy products helped drive down wholesale prices in July by the largest amount in eight years.

Regional jet dogfight
        Regional jets revolutionized the airline industry and are the subject of an ongoing trade dispute that continues to resonate throughout the Tristate's aviation community.

Businesses get upper hand in domain claims
        The general public won't be able to get Internet domain names ending in “.info” until next month, but already 25,000 names have been taken by businesses getting first dibs.
Critics call 'biz.' a lottery

BUSINESS HEADLINES
Microsoft, AOL duel for control
        SEATTLE — For software giant Microsoft Corp. and media conglomerate AOL Time Warner, the years of detente are over.

HIGGINS: Personal finance
        Who wants to risk their real money on a bet that Cisco Systems or Xerox will regain their once-high-flying status any time soon?

More Suze Orman
        Personal finance guru Suze Orman says America is out of excuses.

Savvy Strategies
        Problem: How do I plan my estate around all the tax law changes?

When chips are down, so are the markets
        NEW YORK — The stock market suffered this past week from something quite small: computer chips.

Chamber chooses Northern Kentucky leaders
        The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce has named the 2002 class of Leadership Northern Kentucky.

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SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT
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