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Middle-Aged People More Likely To Die During Economic Booms: Study
But researchers are more uncertain about what causes mortality rates to rise among older, retired people during periods of
75% Of Jobs Created This Year Were Part-Time
U.S. businesses are hiring at a robust rate. The only problem is that three out of four of the nearly 1 million hires this year are part-time and many of the jobs are low-paid.
75 Percent Of Jobs Created This Year Were Part-Time Due To Weak Economy, Obamacare Concerns
By Reuters, Reuters
Similarly, a memo that leaked out from teen and young adult retailer Forever 21 last week showed it was reducing a number
The Rich Are Hoarding Cash And It's Making Us A Lot Worse Off: Experts
America's top 1 percent saved their money at a rate of 37 percent last quarter, according to a recent survey from American
The Numbers Never Lie
Documentary filmmaker and Journalist
Profits are not the problem. Blind, relentless pursuit of them at any cost by any business large or small is.
Brokers Recommend Traders Sell Short, Could Indicate Bearish Market
Some brokers have recently been recommending short sales of prominent blue chip stocks like Nike, RIM and Chipotle, among
Consumer Sentiment Drops To Six-Month Low In June
By Reuters, Reuters
The overall measure of buying plans for durables and vehicles fell to 125 from 132. "It wasn't a huge miss, and the average
Weak Economy Pushes Traffic Congestion Down 30 Percent In Largest Cities: Report
Traffic isn't the only unusual indicator of an unhealthy economy, though. Others include a decrease in divorce rates and
Rehab Surges In Bad Economy With Executives Who Won't Stop Working
"Maybe there's a tweak that can be done to make that less stimulating in a negative way," said McKinsey. By taking work calls
Jobless Claims Unexpectedly Rise To 428,000 As Labor Market Stalls
Copyright 2011 Thomson Reuters. Click for Restrictions. Continuing claims eased to 3.726 million in the week ending September
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Obama Tapped Oil Reserves Due To Concerns About Fragile Economy
(Editing by Lisa Shumaker) WASHINGTON (Ayesha Rascoe, Roberta Rampton, Tom Doggett, Timothy Gardner, Jeff Mason, Tabassum
Jobless Claims Rise To 429,000 Further Indicating Weak Recovery
WASHINGTON - New claims for unemployment benefits rose more than expected last week, a government report showed on Thursday
Fed: Economy Still Weak Despite Improvements
Some Fed officials indicated a "fairly high" threshold for reconsidering the $600 billion in purchases, and some noted more
What Obama-nomics Means for Your Wallet
Director of Wealth Strategies for Women at Buckingham & The BA...
How will President Obama's short-term attempts to jumpstart the economy and his longer-term attempts to put our nation back on a path of secular growth affect your personal finances?
Should Progressives Shun the Economic Recovery Package?
Director of State Policy Initiatives at the Center on Budget a...
Obama's recovery package gets far higher marks on this score by putting money in the hands of people who will spend it, thereby stimulating the economy.
Who Will Watch Government When All The Journalists Are Laid Off?
Silicon Valley Freelance Writer
Reducing an experienced editorial staff is not the way to go about cutting business costs. When quality suffers, the entire industry is tarnished.
Hundreds of Jobs Created in Field of Counting Unemployed
Writer, publisher of The Bulletin
A career counselor at Reinholt University in Massachusetts said he has been telling his students for some time about the many job opportunities in the field of counting the destitute and downtrodden.
Notes From a Yes Girl
Until my husband pointed it out, it hadn't occurred to me that it's not just worn-down parents who give in to "yes" too often, it's all of us. We live in a Yes! culture.
Automated Data Feeds Make Smart Regulation Possible Now
W. David Stephenson
Author; Web 2.-3.0, emergency and crisis management strategist
What we need isn't more regulation of banking and business in general, but "smart" regulation.
"Too Big to Fail" Vs. "Too Big to Be Responsible"
Ryan C. Mack
Financial Expert and Economic Commentator
I believe in the free market economy, but once an entity becomes "too big to fail" it introduces the possibility that government intervention is a justifiable remedy.
The Secret Shame of Going Broke
Lisa Earle McLeod
Creator of Noble Purpose in business concept
We're going to come out of this thing and my prayer is that, when we do, we'll all remember that some things are more important
Let's Be Blue -- A Plea for Partisanship
Author, The Scandal Plan (or: How to Win the Presidency by Che...
Yes, yes, I know we are all a bunch of enlightened, Obama-style post-partisans, and isn't that wonderful -- but we are missing an opportunity here.
Dell's Business Model Still Needs Work, Factories On The Block
By Wall Street Journal, Wall Street Journal
In recent months, according to people familiar with the matter, Dell has approached contract computer manufacturers with
Send This to Your Republican In-laws!
Frances Moore Lappe
Author, 'Diet for a Small Planet'
Over the last six decades, whether rich or poor, everyone has done better with Democrats in the White House.
Layoffs Turn People Into Hermits
By LiveScience.com, LiveScience.com
Layoffs can turn social butterflies into near hermits who shun such outlets as book clubs and even church groups, finds a
The Middle Class Has Become The Class of Pain
Forbes Top 10 Most Influentials CEO's
What is middle class anyway? Is it an income level and then you are in this club called the Middle Class? And what do you get from this club?
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