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The Wall Street Journal Sunday Now appearing on sptimes.com

May 24, 2000


US Airways investors get some vindication

Those who held onto languishing shares will get more than twice their price under UAL's buyout arrangement.
United Airlines, the world's largest airline, agreed Tuesday to buy US Airways, the dominant carrier on the East Coast, for more than $10-billion in cash and assumed debt and leases. Main story

In Tampa, little change expected
Air merger "should be a very good marriage," says airport executive.

Theater chains shelve small sites
LAS VEGAS -- Coming soon to a theater near you: the wrecker's ball.

Economic leader to resign state post
Tony Villamil has told subordinates he's leaving for personal reasons. His replacement will inherit the many challenges that remain.

Z-Tel leads stock drop by area companies
Among Tampa Bay companies, shares of Z-Tel Technologies Inc. led area decliners in Tuesday's stock market fall, losing more than 25 percent of its value. The stock was the day's eighth-biggest losing stock on the Nasdaq.

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