BUSINESS NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2002
Broadwing CEO adds title
        Broadwing Inc., the parent of Cincinnati Bell, said Tuesday that president and CEO Richard G. Ellenberger, 49, was elected to the additional post of chairman of the board, succeeding James D. Kiggen.

Enron updates
        Latest news and archived reports from Associated Press.

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

Industry notes: Banking
        Shares of the parent of PNC Bank fell almost $6 Tuesday after the company said it would restate profits for last year.

Business Digest

Morning Memo

Tristate Summary

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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
        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