BUSINESS NEWS FOR MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2002
White House expects court fight over Enron
        WASHINGTON — Vice President Dick Cheney says the Bush administration's refusal to identify business executives who met with him and his aides concerning energy policy probably will end up in court.
Latest Enron updates

Palm's wireless handheld arrives
        SANTA CLARA, Calif. — A long-awaited wireless handheld from Palm Inc. is set to hit store shelves today, giving the world's leading PDA maker a new weapon in its fight against encroaching competitors.

Severance pay grows, says survey
        Half the companies surveyed in a recent poll about severance packages have changed those offerings in the past three years, and most of the changes put more cake on the plate.

Morning Memo
        Hot tips and news to start your business day.

The Success Coach
        QUESTION: Every time I go out for lunch or come back from a meeting, there's always either plenty of voice mails and e-mails waiting for me to respond, or letters and memos left on my desk. How do I put a stop to it!

Promotions & new on the job
        Michael A. Manzle has been appointed partner in the Cincinnati office of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP.

Auto dealers think industry is on a roll
        NEW ORLEANS — Coming off the second best sales year in history, auto dealers said Sunday they found little to complain about during meetings with top executives at General Motors, Ford and DaimlerChrysler AG.

SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT
More blacks are driving economy
        Bolstered by an economic expansion through the 1990s, a new generation of African-American wealth is reshaping and reinvigorating the Tristate. Here are some success stories:
Ron DeLyons: Boyhood success gave hint of future
Lisa Rowell: 'People must strive for excellence'
Wayne Miller: Buzz good on sports talk radio
Pat Simmons: Alliance more than networking
Richard Coleman: VP taking Onyx to the crest
Roy Mitchell: CPA stresses education
Stephen Bailey: His goal: Keep America working

Enquirer to examine personal finance
        Next Sunday's business section will be a departure from the features that the Enquirer regularly offers its readers. Just for next Sunday, the section will present a special report — Surviving tough times: Personal finance tips in an uncertain economy.

Local firm designs anthrax detector
        The anthrax scare has opened a market for a small Cincinnati company which specializes in engineering industrial air and dust removal systems.

SPECIAL
Greater Cincinnati 100
        Manufacturing dominates the field among Greater Cincinnati's 100 biggest private companies.
11 companies break into top 100
List of Greater Cincinnati 100