GOOD DAY FOR: Saying goodbye, after Aloha Airlines is closing up shop today after 62 years, halting all passenger service two weeks after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Aloha blamed its demise on rising fuel costs and “predatory pricing” by Mesa Airline’s go! subsidiary, which started serving Hawaii in 2006. go! lost $20 million in its first 16 months. (AP in Yahoo! Finance)

BAD DAY FOR: Acting united, after the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists union broke from a 27-year agreement to jointly negotiate labor contracts with the larger Screen Actors Guild. AFTRA is eager to reach an agreement with Hollywood producers, and a swift deal could weaken SAG’s bargaining power. (Los Angeles Times, free registration)