The Cincinnati Enquirer
Tuesday, September 5, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 248
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HOME SITE FETCHES HIGH PRICES
Chip Kupferberg quickly bought a lot to build a house at a planned $20 million residential subdivision in Anderson Township because such property is a rare commodity.

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Business Headlines for  Tuesday, September 05, 2000

What's the Buzz?
        First there was the Clapper. Now there's the tapper.

Tristate Business Summary
        Forest Fair Mall shoppers will have another entertainment option with the announcement that Metropolis, a nightclub operator, will establish a club at the redeveloped mall.

Industry notes: Banking
        Higher net interest income helped the Bank of Kentucky Financial Corp. post an 11.5 percent gain in second-quarter profits.

Tell us your airline tales

        If you've got a recent air-travel horror story, we want to hear from you.

Continuing coverage from Associated Press
Firestone reaches labor pact
AOL merger challenged

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