Experts Testify in Gas Price Gouging Case

In Frankfort, two economic experts battled it out in a day long hearing in Kentucky’s gas price gouging case against Marathon Petroleum. The state is accusing Marathon of gasoline price gouging during a state of emergency declared on April 26th and still in effect. Peter Ashton, a consulting economist for the attorney general’s office, said… Continue reading Experts Testify in Gas Price Gouging Case

Passenger Traffic Down At Louisville International Airport

The executive director of Louisville’s Regional Airport Authority says passenger traffic in 2008 at Louisville International Airport was down about 3.5%. But Skip Miller says that number is relatively low, given the year’s economic volatility, and the airport was coming off a strong performance the previous year. “Keep in mind that 2007 was the third… Continue reading Passenger Traffic Down At Louisville International Airport