Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Positive News for October 21st- 27th




NORTHWEST PROVIDES FREE FLIGHT TO WISCONSIN
Northwest Airlines gave back to its customers last week providing passengers aboard Airbus Flight 188 with an unannounced free flight from Minneapolis, MN to neighboring Wisconsin. Although the free flight couldn’t have come during a more financially unstable time for the airline industry, Northwest’s risky promotion will most certainly affect the number of travelers choosing Northwest in the future. While the FFA cannot predict more unannounced free flight promotions in the future, they are rather certain similar occurrences will be repeated throughout the industry. [click here for silver lining:  “Flight Overshoots Airport By 150 Miles” ]




STOCK MARKET RETURNS TO NORMAL
The stock market’s wild ride has finally drawn to a close as stocks rebound following new economic forecasts for the remainder of the quarter. Predictions on the railroad industry’s ability to move goods was the major contributor to the market’s return prompting the Dow Jones Industrial Average to make an unexpected 125 point shift. While uncertainty still remains a constant within the stock market, financial strategists are confident the economy’s return to stasis will retain its current heading. [click here for silver lining: “Wall Street Slides On Railroad, Oil Woes”]




AGASSI CLEARED IN ’97 MARRIAGE TO
BROOKE SHIELDS
A new autobiography on the life of tennis legend Andre Agassi has cleared the former pro of any wrong doing in his ill-fated decision to wed Brooke Shields in 1997. The news comes as a relief to tennis fans as Agassi’s union with the model/’actress’ has long been the only blemish on an otherwise stellar career. More importantly skepticism about Agassi’s judgment can finally be dismissed at it is clear the then tennis pro’s actions were led by what the devil told him to do. [click here for silver lining: “Agassi Says He Used Meth in ‘97”]

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