News Cantor Fitzgerald had offices on the top floor of the World Trade Centre's north tower.

Cantor Fitzgerald lost hundreds of employees in the attack, and accused American Airlines of negligence.

Pakistan arrests al-Qa'ida suspect Naamen Meziche

Pakistani security officials say they have arrested a French man accused of being a prominent al-Qa'ida militant.

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Independent on Sunday: Co-op mulls sell-offs as profits slide

Passengers say that they still prefer to read printed magazines to digital versions

Mark Jones: Magazine or ebook with your onboard meal, Sir?

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<p>In his prime Baldwin all but topped the heart- throb charts, but had a dramatic fall in <em>30 Rock</em>.But in <em>It's Complicated</em> he gets to resurrect his love god status opposite Meryl Streep. </p>

Alec Baldwin kicked off LA flight for playing game

Alec Baldwin has made a fresh addition to the annals of celebrity misbehaviour after being thrown off a flight for committing the mortal sin of playing online Scrabble.

American Airlines forced to seek shelter from economic storm

Carrier cites fuel costs and fierce competition for bankruptcy move after three years of losses

Wall Street big-hitter linked to Raj Rajaratnam is arrested

In one of the most high-profile white-collar arrests in Wall Street history, FBI agents yesterday arrested Rajat Gupta, a former Goldman Sachs board director, on insider trading charges directly linked to the Galleon Group hedge fund scandal which led last month to the sentencing of its founder Raj Rajaratnam to 11 years in prison.

American Airlines orders 460 new planes

American Airlines is buying at least 460 new planes over the next five years in what it calls the biggest airline order in history. And in a victory for Airbus, it's splitting the work between the European plane maker and Boeing.

American Eagle Outfitters plans to get talons into UK market

The US fashion retailer is the latest fashion brand to consider British high street

Man held after American Airlines flight disturbance

The passengers sat stunned as they watched a man walk quickly towards the front of American Airlines Flight 1561 as it was descending toward San Francisco. He was screaming and then began pounding on the cockpit door.

Virgin Atlantic on brink of alliance, says Branson

Virgin Atlantic is set to agree an alliance within the next few months, Sir Richard Branson, the airline's owner, confirmed yesterday.

Bonus for ex-BA boss after profits

Willie Walsh accepted his first annual bonus in three years as the boss of British Airways after the airline handed him a £420,000 windfall last year.

WikiLeaks' documents reveal more 9/11 suspects

A gang of previously unknown men are wanted by the FBI for their alleged role in the September 11 terror attacks, it has been reported.

National Youth Orchestra / J&#228;rvi, Barbican Hall, London<br/>Madam Butterfly, King's Head Theatre, London

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American Airlines pulls flight listings from travel website

Online travel agents, which allow passengers to compare the cost of flights on different airlines, have suffered a major legal setback, as American Airlines, one of the largest carriers in the US, was allowed to pull its business from one of the country's most popular travel websites.

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