The Cincinnati Enquirer
Wednesday, July 26, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 207
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SAKS OUTLET MAY OPEN AT MALL
Saks Off Fifth, the outlet arm of Saks Fifth Avenue, is negotiating whether to open a store in Forest Fair Mall as the center transforms to include destination stores, value tenants and outlet chains.

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Business Headlines for  Wednesday, July 26, 2000

Regal to renovate, split hotel
        The Cincinnati Regal Hotel plans to spend up to $17 million to renovate all its rooms this fall before splitting its two towers into separate hotels.

Home sales offer puzzle
        To call the Tristate housing market last month a paradox would be an understatement.

Insurer posts profit decline of 13 percent
        Catastrophe losses caused Cincinnati Financial Corp. to post a 13 percent decline in second-quarter profits.

GE Aircraft lands more than $1 billion in orders
        GE Aircraft Engines has landed orders valued at more than $1 billion through the second day of the Farnborough International Air Show outside London.

Industry notes: Retail
        Florida-based restaurant chain Carrabba's Italian Grill opened its first Cincinnati-area restaurant this week off Mason-Montgomery Road, adding to Deerfield Township's booming commercial growth.

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