Mike: Tuesday brings us the always important Existing Home Sales and a couple of weekly retail reports. Existing Home Sales will show if new home sales are brisk or continuing to languish. Well, it looks like sales increased, but were below expectations. I couldn’t find a headline that read “April existing home sales revised down and May […]

Continue reading about June 23 – MySpace to cut 300 international jobs – Mich. State U may cut 590 – Harvard dismissing 275 – May home sales increase 2.4%, but miss expectations – May mass layoffs tie record high – GM to cut 4000 salaried jobs by Oct. 1 – Nissan’s electric car to create 1300 jobs – Hav-A-Tampa: 500 lose jobs

Mike: Good day to all. My goal was to put this post Cash-for-Clunkers is Clunker Legislation by a Clunker of a Congress at the top, but my haste prevented that from happening. Take a look at Cash-for-Clunkers is Clunker Legislation by a Clunker of a Congress and be so kind as to offer your opinion of this […]

Continue reading about June 19, 20 – Sikorsky cuts about 350 jobs – Gannett ready to cut 4,500 more jobs? – Air France-KLM to lose 3000 to attrition – BAE may follow Lockheed Martin on job cuts – CA and SC: record high unemployment rates

Mike: I hope you all have a fine Friday and thanks for visiting The Layoff List. The layoff and unemployment news is in the next post just below this one, but I needed to vent about the latest in legislative stupidity. Today’s economic calendar is light, so I’m going to review the Cash-for-Clunkers legislation that […]

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