BUSINESS NEWS FOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2001
Job cuts to come at Delta
        Delta Air Lines president and chief operating officer Fred Reid told employees Thursday that layoffs will begin at the nation's No. 3 airline next week.

How Immelt was picked to head GE
        Transforming GE into a lean, high-growth company pales next to what Jack Welch says was his toughest decision: picking his successor.

Banker, adviser share clients
        When Bill Lange decided to enhance the benefits offered to his employees, he leaned on his banker to make that happen.

BUSINESS HEADLINES
Eastern Av. sprouts more condominiums
        A developer will break ground today on a $12 million Eastern Avenue condo project, the latest in a series of new East End homes overlooking the Ohio River.

Prosecutors seek law against gas profiteering
        COVINGTON — Kenton County's prosecutors want state legislators to strengthen laws aimed at gasoline stations that gouge customers.

August building declines
        WASHINGTON — Housing construction slid in August by the largest amount in 17 months, suggesting that the sour economy and rising unemployment cut into Americans' appetite for new homes.

Industry notes: Manufacturing
        Cincinnati Steel Products Co., an Oakley steel processing center, recently acquired a $1 million high-speed cut-to-length machine from Red Bud Industries.

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