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Industrial Age keeps shutting down



March 22, 2010 – Comments (3)

 Very few existing businesses will exist in the Digital Age...below links just from today on

Update: City of Indio - 30 Tomorrow

Sallie Mae - Warns of 2,500 Job Cuts

Update: Jackson Health Systems - 548 New Revised Number

Organic Detroit - 72

The Portland Newspaper Guild - 17

Brown University - 60 in June

Letterkenny Army Depot's High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle - 200

Kuwait's Agility ( International ) - up to 600 in March

Monroe Public Schools - 200 Notified of Possible Layoffs

Indiana School Teachers - Up to 5,000 could lose  their jobs due to budget cuts

Spring Branch Medical Center Inc. - 720 

Cumberland Regional High School - 20

Live Nation - 20% of Workforce may = 500+

City of Cheyenne Wyoming - 30 Summer Positions

Los Angeles KCBS/KCAL - Several Staffers Received Notices 

The Richland County Sheriff's Office Ohio - 60 Possible

Lawrence NJ School District - 50

The Millstone nuclear power plant in Waterford - up to 75

The Manchester Center on Patterson Street in Lexington KY

Lowell Fire Department NY

Robert Bosch LLC is closing its Johnson City automotive brake Plant - 140 Layoffs Resulting 

Walkwel Shoes ( International )

City of Davenport Might Close its Public Pool

Rosebud Fine Food Market Downtown Pittsburgh 

Mountain Rose Gifts in Montrose

Spearman Furniture on Brooklyn Avenue

Sherrill Manufacturing Inc. in NY

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#1) On March 23, 2010 at 6:43 AM, jason2713 (< 20) wrote:

Didn't you know?  Healthcare is going to save the day and small businesses can not operate and hire again with the public option!  Praise Obama and his sheeple!

It will be just another entitlement program that gov't will bankrupt, mark my word.  If they can't get SS, Medicare, or Medicaid right, what in sam-hell do they think will happen with this?

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#2) On March 23, 2010 at 8:26 AM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

When government is ALREADY in a $2 Trillion dollar deficit and tax receipts are declining.......where do you think we are now?

It is amazing how so few see what is so plain.

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#3) On March 23, 2010 at 8:40 AM, Dow3000 (< 20) wrote:

Don't lose hope in the American people Alstry.  60% didn't want this bill.  That is actually quite impressive to me considering how emotional a topic this is.  Logic prevailed in all places except Washington...I will cling to that hope because I think it showed what is to come.  The people are waking up and we won't take this $hit much longer.

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