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MIDDAY UPDATE: Weekly jobless numbers down 17,000

Dec 9, 2010
Today's weekly unemployment numbers were down 17,000 from last week. These numbers are the second lowest of the year. Of course these numbers still...
Posted In: AIG, IMF, jobless, mid-day update, recovery, tax cuts, Unemployment

MIDDAY UPDATE: Unemployment hits 9.8 percent; Congress turns down the volume on TV commercials

Dec 3, 2010
The U.S. unemployment rate jumped to 9.8 percent in November from 9.6 percent, marking the highest jobless rate since April. The Labor Department...
Posted In: Congress, Jobs, mid-day update, TV commercials, Unemployment, Verizon

MIDDAY UPDATE: Unemployment

Dec 2, 2010
The monthly unemployment report from the Labor department could indicate that 9.5 Americans are unemployed. That's about 26.4 million Americans are...
Posted In: Bush tax cuts, foreclosures, homes, mid-day update, Unemployment

MID-DAY UPDATE: Wells Fargo re-files, Nissan recalls and high speed rails

Oct 28, 2010
Wells Fargo will re-file 55,000 problematic foreclosure documents, but will not issue a blanket moratorium. Today, we learned that the number of...
Posted In: Amendment 4, China, high speed rail, mid-day update, millionaire, Nissan, Redbox, Unemployment, Wells Fargo

MID-DAY UPDATE: More job losses in September...

Oct 8, 2010
This morning, the Labor Department said federal, state and local governments cut more jobs than the private sector created. Non-farm employment...
Posted In: green-washing, Immigration, Marketplace Minute, mid-day update, population, Unemployment

MID-DAY UPDATE: Corporations have money. Why aren't they hiring?

Oct 7, 2010
U.S. companies have more cash on hand than they have in a while. They're using it for buying each other, buying their own stock... everything, it...
Posted In: food stamps, Michael Bloomberg, mid-day update, shopping mall, Unemployment

MID-DAY UPDATE: Bernanke: Too big to fail?

Sep 2, 2010
...Shut 'em down Is high unemployment here to stay? Retailers show surprisingly solid sales Flash crash: SEC suspects "quote stuffing" and "sub-...
Posted In: Bernanke, community gardens, double rainbow, Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, flash crash, Microsoft, mid-day update, mortgage rates, pets, retails at us, Unemployment, urban gardens, veggie theft

MID-DAY UPDATE: Businesses laid off more workers in August

Sep 1, 2010
...That's the opposite of expected - what's it mean? Another ratings agency escapes fraud charges For CEOs, it may pay to lay off A big whopper:...
Posted In: Blockbuster, champagne, Greece, layoffs, mid-day update, ratings agencies, smoking, Time Warner, Unemployment, video stores

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