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AirTalk for December 13, 2001

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NYC/LA: The Changing Business Landscape

How are LA and NY faring economically since 9-11? Larry talks with Jack Kyser from the L.A. County Economic Development Corporation and Scott Woolley, the associate editor at Forbes magazine, about a variety of topics related to the business climate, the recession and the economic outlook for both LA and NY.

Youth Panel

Little attention has been paid to the young people living in lower Manhattan, and how the tragedy has changed their world. Larry Mantle talks with Bob Townley, Director of Manhattan Kids, a youth-service organization serving the area around the World Trade Center, and with a panel of kids and teens about their experiences on 9-11, their thoughts and feelings since.

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