Early Briefing: Ready for Travel?

*A Zagat survey says that people prefer flying into and out of BWI and Reagan National airports to using Dulles International. While delays at area airports weren't bad last night, it could get worse today, with thunderstorms predicted in the Mississippi and Ohio valleys. See story

*Chevy Chase Bank increased its evening banking hours and added time on Sundays and Saturdays over the past two years. Now it's cutting those increases back and adjusting to lower mortgage demand, leading to the layoffs of more than 300 employees. See story.

*Covance of Princeton, N.J., plans to build a testing facility at the Innovation at Prince William business park, using a partially completed plant that Eli Lilly abandoned in January. See story.

By Terri Rupar  |  November 21, 2007; 5:00 AM ET  | Category:  Morning Brief
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