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Features by Jim Burress

The new growth engine for airports: cargo

Known as "world's busiest" for passengers, Atlanta's airport now wants more cargo
Posted In: airports, cargo, Atlanta

Regional airlines need pilots but offer low wages

There’s a huge demand for pilots at the nation’s regional airlines.
Posted In: Airlines, salry, pay

How "public" is Weibo?

Weibo goes public on Nasdaq as concerns over censorship remain.
Posted In: Weibo, China, censorship

How an HBCU with 35 students keeps its doors open

There are 105 historically black colleges and universities in the U.S. One of the smallest -- Morris Brown College -- struggles to stay afloat.
Posted In: HBCUs, universities, race

After four decades, Delta's DC-9 jets make final landing

Delta Air Lines will take its final DC-9 to the skies today, punctuating a most unlikely and colorful span of airliner history.
Posted In: aviation, Delta, airplanes

What kind of shopping mall is successful today?

Malls have become more nimble, offering specialized services and experiences you can't find online.
Posted In: shopping mall, consumers, Retail

Boeing's 15 options for building the 777X

After workers at Boeing's Seattle facility voted down the company's proposed contract, its CEO courts other states.
Posted In: Boeing, 777X, Labor Unions

'World's Busiest Airport' gets a hairstyle makeover

Believe it or not, there’s no place to get a haircut in the world’s busiest airport.
Posted In: Atlanta, airports, haircut

The most expensive airport parking? For the planes

The Department of Justice is talking with American Airlines and US Airways about possibly lifting its anti-trust action.
Posted In: US Air, American Air, mergers, Airlines

Economic indicators that make you go 'hmmmmm'

Pending housing starts are disappointing and industrial production is up. Business spending was less than expected last week.
Posted In: Pending home sales, government shutdown 2013

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