BUSINESS NEWS FOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2001
U.S. attacks could hurt Wall Street
        NEW YORK — Stock prices are expected to come under pressure today, jeopardizing last week's healthy gains, as traders await the markets response to military attacks on the Taliban in Afghanistan.

Insurance inquiries rise
        NEW YORK — The attacks on the World Trade Center have prompted many Americans to review their own financial preparedness should anything happen to them, and central to that is life insurance.

Business leader has advice for students
        OXFORD — Dreams are powerful — and necessary — guides on the journey to success. That was a central theme of remarks by business leader Herman Cain last week to Miami University.

Trainers aid laid-off from Delta
        Newly laid-off commercial airline employees have a virtually free career-finding opportunity, thanks to ExecuTrain, an information technology training company with three franchises in the region.

Key part of managing is motivating
        I'm very comfortable with the day-to-day management, but now my boss has asked me to set goals for the group. There are so many things I'd like to achieve in the next years that I'm literally overwhelmed. Where do I start?

Morning Memo
        Hot tips and news to start your business day.

Promotions & new on the job
        Andrew Edmonds has been named staff officer at Huntington Mortgage Co.

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