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NEWS
December 28, 2000 | MICHELLE MALTAIS, michelle.maltais@latimes.com
Even if it often turns out to be an exercise in futility, many of us answer the call to tweak our lives and ourselves around this time every year. Maybe using the Web this year can help. One of the most popular New Year's resolutions is to get in shape. The Web is replete with fitness sites, whether you want to tone up here and there or do a complete body make-over. * http://www.fitlinxx.com gives you a couple of neat options.
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BUSINESS
December 25, 2000 | Bloomberg News, Reuters
President Clinton's chief economic advisor said the U.S. economy will probably grow at a 3% rate next year, compared with an estimated 5.1% in the current year. Gene Sperling, chairman of the National Economic Council, said a White House report on the economy due in January will estimate that economic growth next year "is going to be less rapid. I think it's going to be about 3%." Sperling's comments, on television Sunday, were in response to comments from President-elect George W.
BUSINESS
December 24, 2000 | John O'Dell
Redesigned T-Bird Already Running Hot Last year, DaimlerChrysler's PT Cruiser was the automotive product to watch--and wish for. For 2001, the ball moves into Ford Motor Co.'s court with the long-awaited resurrection of the Thunderbird. Redesigned in Ford's Dearborn, Mich.
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