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'Northwest, Delta teeter (Boston Globe)Delta Air Lines may file for bankruptcy protection today as rising fuel costs and pressure to discount fares reduce its cash, a person familiar with the company said.
'Inflation tame; trade gap falls (Boston Globe)US producer prices, excluding energy costs, slipped slightly last month, and the US trade deficit narrowed unexpectedly in July.
'Starting a Home Business - Part 3 of 3 (News Network International)Luckily for work at home business owners, the costs associated with outfitting your home with the appropriate computer equipment has plummeted over the past year.
'Egenera, Fujitsu Siemens in deal (Boston Globe)Computer maker Egenera Corp. of Marlborough is going global, with a $300 million assist from giant Fujitsu Siemens Computers of Munich.
'TJX's English abruptly quits (Boston Globe)Ted English, chief executive of TJX Cos. for the past five years, abruptly resigned his post yesterday, saying the firm's smaller divisions failed to meet expectations and needed a fresh perspective.
'Gamers going big time (Boston Globe)Is ''frags per round" going to be the batting average of the 21st century?
'Starting a Home Business - Part 1 of 3 (News Network International)Starting a home business is easier than you may think. Although there are a number of steps involved, most of them are more easily obtainable than you may think and require little up-front investment.
'Starting a Home Business - Part 2 of 3 (News Network International)In part 2 of our article on starting a home business, we will continue to look at crucial first steps and considerations you need to make, when starting a home business...
'Bush officials concerned about natural gas shortages (Boston Globe)Senior Bush administration officials touring the Gulf Coast area devastated by Hurricane Katrina expressed concern yesterday about possible shortages of natural gas, saying the region's production may not recover for months.
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