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Small Airports Fear Being Left Behind as Costs Squeeze Carriers

By SUSAN STELLIN
Small cities with airports are facing the prospect of fewer flights and more expensive tickets - or even closure of their airports - as airlines grapple with higher expenses.

Pension Funds Strapped, States Look at 401(k)s

By STEVEN GREENHOUSE
The plans would let employees control their retirement portfolios, but they would come at a cost.

Obama Supports Easing Health Law Mandates for States

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG and KEVIN SACK
The president told governors on Monday that he supports letting states opt out of parts of the health plan earlier than is currently permitted.

Investors Are Drawn Anew to Digital Music

By BEN SISARIO
The explosion in smartphone apps has given investors and entrepreneurs optimism that the digital music business is poised to finally become profitable.
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Salon.com Sale Talks Collapse

By ANDREW ROSS SORKIN and JEREMY W. PETERS
The discussions with Michael Wolff's Newser were said to have faltered after the Huffinton Post-AOL deal raised questions about the acquisition price.

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