BUSINESS NEWS FOR SUNDAY, AUGUST 31, 2003
Men doing women's work?
Josh Finch can be stretched pretty thin sometimes. In one day of work, he can be a teacher, a confidant, a playmate or even a dad.

Cedar Point stays atop top-park list
For a guy who runs amusement parks, Dick Kinzel isn't much good at spinning.

For IPOs, the thrill is gone
To the list of things bordering on extinction, add the IPO.

What's the buzz?
As Comair's route structure continues to grow, so does its fleet.

Business Meetings This Week
Announcements of meetings and seminars, and instructions for listing your event.

Tipsheet improved
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Lazy Gourmet keeps performers purring
MONTGOMERY - Napoleon grasped the concept. He declared, "An army marches on its stomach." Then he devised ways of improving the quality of meals served to his troops so they would remain loyal and effective.
Musical-instrument companies profit from boomer daydreams
Before setting out to earn a Ph.D. in psychology roughly 30 years ago, Richard Holloway was a full-time singer-songwriter, performing at nightclubs and universities with a variety of backup bands.
A CEO walks into a bar ...
Life is too short not to have fun, and that includes the time you spend at work.
Business notes

THE GREATER CINCINNATI 100
Top private firms saw recession
Even before the recession hit in March 2001, Greater Cincinnati's largest private businesses saw the tough times coming.

Drees Co. grabs top ranking in the 100
The Drees Co. earned the top spot in this year's Greater Cincinnati 100, but company officials say that the home builder is even bigger now.

Vehicle dealers showed the way
The tech bubble burst, the U.S. economy slumped, and consumers ducked for cover from terrorists.
These 100 show best of can-do spirit
Health care costs bite deep
Accountable to themselves
Habegger posts 50th profit in 50th year
Builder moves up - for now
Floturn flourishes as others fall
Sumerel service adds to revenue
Companies: Outlook for economy is grim
Everclear emerges as true up-and-comer

SPECIAL COVERAGE
Erpenbeck archive
A. William Erpenbeck spent years building a company that appears to be crumbling. One of the Tristate's biggest home builders, the Erpenbeck Co., is under federal investigation for a suspected bank fraud that is affecting lenders, subcontractors and home owners. Click here for links to all Enquirer reports.