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The Wall Street Journal Sunday Now appearing on sptimes.com

July 12, 2000
Airlines give Florida travelers a summer break on fares
US Airways, Southwest Airlines and AirTran Airways are cutting fares on many of their Florida flights -- some by more than 50 percent.

Callers to Voicestream number get more than they expected
A wireless telephone company, bolstered by celebrity spokesperson Jamie Lee Curtis, unveiled its new phone service in Florida on Tuesday with a big splash. Just not the splash it had hoped for.

Slamming fine for Verizon approved
State regulators say the $209,000 penalty is sufficient, but the agreement's critics vow to seek harsher action.

Florida lawyer assumes ABA president's office
Trailblazing lawyer Martha Barnett, whose roots run deep in Pasco County, took the helm of the American Bar Association on Tuesday, pledging to lobby for a moratorium on the death penalty.

Intermedia revenues come up short
The Tampa company says changing a controversial accounting practice will lead to second-quarter revenues far below expectations.

New ship to test drive Tampa
Royal Caribbean's Rhapsody of the Seas will sail out of Tampa six times in early 2002. The move may possibly be a tryout for an eventual permanent berth.

Port proposal would build industrial park on channel
The land for the proposed complex now includes the former headquarters of the Tampa Port Authority.

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