Sept. 11 Cuts Into Washington, D.C., Airport Agency's 2001 Revenues
- Recovery plan can meet tight budget. Sluzewski, Norbert // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);3/8/2002, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p47A
Presents viewpoints on the development of an effective disaster recovery plan of companies after the September 11 terrorist attacks in New York City. Assurance of personal safety; Cost of an acquiring an emergency telephone number; Estimation of the potential loss of revenue.
- Roads less travelled. // Brand Strategy;Dec2002, Issue 166, p35
Reports the impact of September 11 terrorist attacks on tourism revenues in Great Britain. Increase of the numbers of residents travelling abroad; Percentage decrease of business visits; Estimation of the decrease of overall spending.
- Hotel sector to see signs of recovery by end of the year. Tanner, Alex // Leisure & Hospitality Business;8/22/2002, p5
Reports on the status of the hotel sector in Great Britain. Decline in revenue per available room; Impact of the foot and mouth outbreak and the September 11 terrorist attacks in the U.S. on the industry; Performance of four and five-star hotels.
- THE UPS AND DOWNS OF TURNOVER. Boswell, Janice // AdMedia;May2003, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p42
The article presents information on the advertising turnover of various mass media in New Zealand in 2002. Newspapers chalked up 628 million dollars in advertising revenue in the calendar year 2002. Outdoor was the fastest growing segment in 2002, increasing from 32 million dollars in 2001 to 37...
- Sales Tax Slump. DeSue, Tedra // Bond Buyer;11/1/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31256, p51
Reports on the decline of the state revenue of Georgia as of September 2001. Rate of decline; Influence of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the decline; Citations of the major sources of revenues.
- Insurance aggravation. Fickenscher, Lisa // Crain's New York Business;1/28/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p1
Reports business insurance problems in New York City. Lack of approved amounts from insurance providers; Impact of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on business enterprises; Issue on the calculation of lost profits and revenues.
- THE HIGH COST OF LOW FARES. // Marketing Week (01419285);5/30/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 22, p20
Reports the impact of the September 11 terrorist attacks on airlines industry in the U.S. Reduction in air fare rates; Decline in the revenues of airlines; Transfer of passengers into domestic flights.
- The Post-Sept. 11 World. Biederman, David // Traffic World;11/19/2001, Vol. 265 Issue 47, p28
Focuses on the impact of the cargo industry in the post-September 11 world in the United States. Changes in the aviation environment; Accountability of air cargo in the revenue; Restrictions on belly cargo in the passenger airline.
- Hunker Down. Marshutz, Scott // Reeves Journal: Plumbing, Heating, Cooling;Oct2001, Vol. 81 Issue 10, p6
Presents several ways for companies to increase revenue after the September 11 terrorist attack in New York, New York. Reduction in the number of employees; Communication with banker and supplier to rework the payment schedule; Need to change pricing.