Mike: Today’s top economic reports are both related to housing.  New and existing home sales numbers will be released at 10am and both are expected to point toward less activity on both fronts, which means less housing related employment. If you are looking for some excellent housing related information, I recommend that you look at […]

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Mike: The rumor mill is buzzing with Microsoft layoff rumors. If you have any other tips or facts, pass them along and I’ll post them. Thanks: – Rumors of Upcoming Microsoft Cut-Backs – Rumors. Microsoft layoff and cut-backs and Reduction In Force rumors. That’s all I have for you. Rumors and second-hand speculation and the […]

Continue reading about Monday Microsoft Layoff Rumors – GM Dumps 1,000 in Dayton – Toyota Breaks Earnings Streak – Sharp Cuts 400 (12-22-08)

Mike: With this Weekend Update I want to show how the taxpayer funded services that people consider the “most important” within their communities are the first to get cut from budgets  –  protective services and teachers. We all hear how schools need more money to provide a quality education and how police and fire departments […]

Continue reading about Weekend Update – Schools Cut – Citizens Financial Exits 900 – Arnold Furloughs 238,000 (12-20-08)