The Cincinnati Enquirer
Monday, Oct. 25, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 299
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REGULATOR'S ADVICE FOR Y2K: RELAX
With Jan. 1, 2000, just weeks away, Ms. Seidman — who visited Cincinnati Friday — says almost 100 percent of the nation's 10,000 banks and thrifts are Y2K-compliant.
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Business Headlines for  Monday, October 25, 1999

Comair shareholders face tax
        When Arnold Barnett bought some Comair Holdings Inc. stock for $5 a share in 1981 when the airline company first went public, little did he or anyone else know the kind of sky-high appreciation the stock would generate.

ASK THE MONEY PANEL
        I am confused about the difference between an Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust (ILIT) and a normal term insurance policy.

YOUR MONEY
        You listen, you read, you watch. All the while, you see others preparing for retirement, paying for kids' college education and building a comfortable nest egg.

TECHNOLOGY TODAY
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Sprint/MCI
Economy
Tax plan
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E-commerce
Internet  AOL
Microsoft   Apple

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Millennium bug
Computer security
Computer privacy
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