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SEC braces for markets' opening bell
Regulators impose some rule changes to stem off wide swings when trading resumes Monday morning.

Even a terrorist attack can't keep good publicists down
Just hours after two hijacked airplanes cleaved the New York skyline Tuesday morning, corporate America's spin machine began to belch and purr:

Recession now likely, experts say
Many say consumers will spend less in the uncertain aftermath of Tuesday's attacks.

Tech Data fills a void
The Clearwater company shipped computers and other equipment to help New York firms rebuild.

Airlines seek protection from crippling litigation
Industry lobbyists for United and American go to Capitol Hill in hopes of limiting what they'll pay.

Industrial production stumbles
With August's decline, manufacturers log their longest stretch of weakness in about four decades.

Industrial production stumbles
With August's decline, manufacturers log their longest stretch of weakness in about four decades.

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REAL ESTATE RUSH: The terrorist attack that toppled the World Trade Center may have destroyed or damaged as much as 30-million square feet of office space, setting off a search for quarters that threatens New York City's economy. Rebuilding just half of that space -- the amount believed completely wiped out -- would cost as much as $6-billion at a prevailing cost of $400 per square foot, according to real estate experts. In the meantime, displaced companies, including Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. and American Express Co., have begun to sign leases for offices in the suburbs. American Express, whose headquarters is at the World Financial Center, has already moved workers to sites in New Jersey.

Airline fears bankruptcy
The chairman of Continental Airlines warned Friday that the company is in dire financial condition and may be forced into bankruptcy without financial aid.




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