March 01, 2010
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REPORT: ABCNEWS plans to close all of its physical bureaus except DC Halve number of correspondents...
Hawaii might halt junior kindergarten
Senate leader predicts 'massive layoffs'
The Archdiocese of Maryland on Wed. Set to Announce Number of Catholic School Closings
WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT....THE INDUSTRIAL AGE IS SHUTTING DOWN AND WE ARE MOVING INTO THE DIGITAL AGE......THE CHANGE WILL CREATE A LOT OF STRESS, DISTRESS, AND ANXIETY
University of Alabama Shuttle Drivers Strike Over Wages
IMF CHIEF WANTS NEW GLOBAL CURRENCY...
China PLA officer urges challenging U.S. dominance... Putin: Russia to build new strategic bomber...
And it is just beginning as The Zombulator moves around the world.
You do a minus 1??????????
How does that help the following:
Update: Noranda Aluminum - 89
Flagstar Bank Jackson MI - 50
Trucker YRC - Reports say 200+ Layoffs in Feb
Caesars Windsor Casino ( International ) - 45
Update: Rouses Point Pfizer facility - 130 Last Week
Katonah-Lewisboro school district - 30 Possible
River Oaks Hospital MS - 30
The Lucia Mar school district - 80 Notices
Nabors Industries Ltd - Shed 1/3 of its Workforce in 2009
IBM Australia ( International ) - 800 Jobs on the Line
Update: Nevada's University System - Programs Cuts may = Layoffs
Los Angeles Libraries - Budget Cuts = Layoffs, Closing, Cutbacks
City of Monticello - 8 Officers
England ( International ) - 25,000 Jobs Could be Lost over Next 5 Years Due to Recession
Uno Chicago Grill in Kirkwood St Louis
Michaels Jewelers Closing Southbury Plaza Location
United States Gypsum Co Plant in Rockland Stony Point
West End Lounge - Drake Area Bar
Emeco Heavy Equip. Rentals ( International )
Update: ABC to Close All but one of its Brick Mortar Bureaus
Update: Blairsville's BiLo Supermarket
All solutions and suggestions are appreciated.
Interesting, apparently some CAPs players are also downsizing their recs, LOL.
That ABC News cut is quite telling...but even more so are each and every other new headline you kindly gather for us in concise, convenient format, thank you.
How are you collecting these headlines at the moment? I would imagine you've developed an automated aggregator somehow of headlines matching certain keywords you input?
It's a Recession Alstry.... That means you are no longer entitled to receive as many RECs as you normally would if our economy didn't stink.
A recession??? You are kidding right??
Government is running a $2 trillion dollar deficit and we are still contracting....we should be growing like you have never seen before.
My guess is a big portion of government income tax receipts now comes from the inflated salaries government pays its own government employees........
why doesn't government simply reduce the payments net of taxes????........whoooops tax receipts might actually be negative and all crediblity in government would be lost.
This is not a recession.....this is a fraud.....and as an attorney, a qualified expert as a business analyst, and a horrible speller to boot.....I can assure you that what is going on is unprecedented in history...both in scope and magnitude.
We as a nation punish our ex pats that bribe government officials to further business where bribery is commonplace....yet we turn a blind eye to banks that collude with governments to conceal their debt obligations and turn around and sell securities to our own citizens?
My friend...what we are dealing with is at a much higher level then the typical chimp analysis about a business or industry.....
You will soon understand what I am talking about....how??? I have no clue at this point....but whatever it is....I can assure you it will be BIG.....Alstry Big!!!!!
On Matt Lauer today, Harry Markopolis, the guy that exposed Madoff, warned you can't trust government any more.....with conflicting headlines like this, his comment seems rational:
Japan's January unemployment rate eases to 4.9%
Japan Airlines reportedly may cut 5% of employees
Here is the Interview:
I'm geared for a garden. How about you? i also keep an eye out for tools...