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January 25, 2001  
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AOL Time Warner eliminates 2,000 jobs
The newly joined media giant begins to cut positions across its numerous divisions to kick start profits.

Southeast labors to land customers
ST. PETERSBURG -- Southeast Airlines has experienced a rough ride in its fledgling efforts to sell flights to the public.

McColl leaves ship taking on water
His April departure from Bank of America will put Ken Lewis in charge of an overhaul that will test his ability as a leader.

The McColl years
-- Hugh McColl, pitching the merger of his NationsBank to the BankAmerica board in San Francisco in 1998, as quoted in his biography, McColl: The Man with America's Money.

Business today
SYKES SELLS UNIT: Sykes Enterprises Inc. of Tampa sold the assets of a small, 100-person division to SDL International of Great Britain for an undisclosed amount of cash. The division, which translates software and Web sites into other languages, had offices in Boulder, Colo.; Edinburgh, Scotland; and Lueven, Belgium.

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