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February 15, 2001  
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Danka picks new CEO to stem slide
P. Lang Lowrey III brings experience in working with distressed companies. He's already meeting with Danka's lenders.

Selling success to the masses
Motivational speaker Peter Lowe's high-energy caravan, with big-name guests, lands in Tampa.

Pinellas tourism grows at steady clip
Defying an economic slowdown and an unusually cold winter, the county picks up 3.5 percent more visitors in 2000.

Business digest
DOW DROPS ON INVESTOR SHIFT: The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 107.91 to 10,795.41, as investors lessened their reliance on safer blue chips in favor of high-tech issues. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index rose 63.68 to 2,491.40. Analysts said investors were still unsettled by congressional testimony Tuesday from Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan, who indicated interest rate cuts will be less aggressive than the market wanted.

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