BUSINESS NEWS FOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2001
Monitoring Internet use at work
        With computers and the Internet as common in the workplace as drinking fountains and coffee pots, monitoring the Web is a big worry for some firms. It's also the sole mission of a Milford company.

ECKBERG: Program helps job seekers
Employment Connections, sponsored by the Urban League of Greater Cincinnati, is a self-directed employment assistance program designed to help adult job seekers move with a little more confidence down the career path.

Employees trade vacations for donations
        Some workers are donating accrued vacation time to charities aiding victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

The Success Coach
        I never realized the difficulty in getting people to do what I ask. I dread going in every day because I know I'll be spending most of the day on unimportant little things like listening to excuses for not completing assigned tasks. What do I do?

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

Promotions & new on the job
        Christopher Marshall has been appointed asset/liability manager at Fifth Third Bank.

SUNDAY SPOLIGHT
Limos alternative to air
        Long thought to be only for weddings, funerals, proms and corporate bigwigs, limousine companies are finding a new niche in the post-Sept. 11 economy as an airline alternative for business travelers.

P&G tries to get sag out of its diapers
        Two investment groups are prepared to make offers for Baldwin Piano & Organ Co. if the Gibson Guitar Corp. is unable to complete its purchase, Baldwin's CEO says.

From bud to flower at Julius Baer
        Julius Baer already had a reputation as a floral designer when he opened his own business more than a century ago on Fourth Street.
Old traditions, new arrangements

SPECIAL REPORT
Greater Cincinnati 100
        Manufacturing dominates the field among Greater Cincinnati's 100 biggest private companies.
11 companies break into top 100
List of Greater Cincinnati 100