Mike: There are too many economic reports for this lone blogger to highlight, so you may want to visit Economic Calendar to view your favorite reports. Mike: I would be remiss if I didn’t send a Canada Day greeting to my Canadian readers and friends. Being from Rochester, NY, I often get to visit Canada and […]

Continue reading about July 1 – Mortgage applications fall to 7-month low – ADP and Challenger employment reports show some improvement – Diageo (Guinness) cuts 900 jobs – Gannett to cut 1000 more? – Briggs & Stratton to chop at least 430

Mike: Good day to all and thanks for visiting The Layoff List. The S&P Case-Shiller HPI is the big economic news story of the day and many seem elated that the rate price collapse eased in April.  To get some great expert opinion on this months S&P Case-Shiller HPI, I urge you to read the updates posted […]

Continue reading about June 30 – Detroit Public Schools job cuts raised to nearly 2500 staff – 3M job cuts continue with more to come – Lloyds to cut 2100 jobs – Canon to cut 700 – Housing prices continue to fall, but show monthly improvement – Consumer confidence falls unexpectedly: Is the stimulus party over already?

Mike: Good day to all and I hope you had a fine weekend. Today proved to be a rather light day for layoff announcements, as is usually the case for Monday. With plenty of people on vacation this week, and that includes those that do the laying off, it may be a quieter week for […]

Continue reading about June 29 – 1100 layoffs in San Joaquin County – Delaware ends 500 jobs through attrition – Laid off: Should you train your replacement?