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- On the road to recovery. Frumkin, Paul // Nation's Restaurant News;2/11/2002, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p30
Focuses on the recovery of the food service economy following the September 11 terrorist attacks in New England. Increase in the sales of casual-dining restaurant chains; Decline of the Massachusetts' Index of Leading Economic Indicators; Growth of international travel.
- Post-September 11 Premiums Soar. // USA Today Magazine;Apr2002, Vol. 130 Issue 2683, p4
Reports that the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and the potential for other incidents in the U.S. have prompted an increased rates among insurers. Industries which faces the problem of getting terrorism coverage; Projection on the average increase for coverage in 2002.
- What a Difference A Few Months Make. Rinnen, Klaus-Dieter; Johnson, Bob // Electronic News (10616624);1/1/2002, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p21
Discusses forecasts on the performance of the semiconductor industry in 2002 which was affected by the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack in the United States. How the country is predicted to experience recession due to the incident; Arguments on uncertainty in the prospects of global...
- U.S. Sales Skyrocket in October. // Ward's Auto World;Nov2001, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p21
Focuses on the expected sale of automobiles in the United States following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. Estimated total number of units that will be sold and produced in 2001; Value of the expected rate for October and November if the sales continue in a constant rate.
- The Second 100 Giants Rise to the Challenge. Davidsen, Judith // Interior Design;Jul2002, Vol. 73 Issue 7, p69
Offers information related to the interior decoration industry in the U.S. Effects of the September 11, 2001 terrorists attack on the industry; Business forecasting; Concerns on the softening economy.
- Setting a New Table. Malovany, Dan // Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery;Jun2002, Vol. 91 Issue 6, p117
Focuses on the viability of the food service industry after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S. Rate of increase in the sales of desserts; Marketing strategy used in food service bakery to increase sales; Economic implications of branding in-store products.
- You May Not Live in N.Y.C., But You Can Help. Sanson, Michael // Restaurant Hospitality;Oct2001, Vol. 85 Issue 10, p12
Editorial. Deals with the response of the foodservice industry to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York, New York. Fund established by the National Restaurant Association; Fund for the employees of Windows on the World; Donation given by Tyson Foods.
- How's It Going, New York? Mariani, John // Restaurant Hospitality;Jun2004, Vol. 88 Issue 6, p22
This article focuses on the restaurant sector in the city of New York. The effects of the September 11, 2001 U.S. terrorist attacks on the restaurant sector of the city was devastating. Whole neighborhoods were closed off. The bridge-and-tunnel crowd was gone. Many restaurants closed, and others...
- Food for Thought. Shannon, Darren // Travel Agent;4/22/2002, Vol. 308 Issue 1, p52
Reports the impact of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the food service in domestic airlines in the U.S. Elimination of hot food and served sandwiches on domestic short-haul routes; Views of airline analyst Mike Boyd on the principles of airlines and airports.