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Mike: Good day to all. Plenty of news on the economic front this day.  There was good news and some not so good news and that news follows.  Side note: If you are aware of any layoffs that haven’t made this blog or the media at large, please drop me a note at mike@layofflist.org and […]

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Mike: Good day and I hope you all enjoyed your holiday weekend. The first day of the week generally is the slowest for US job cut announcements and rather busy for international announcements, which seems to be the case this day.  Today brings us the S&P Case-Shiller HPI, which “tracks monthly changes in the value of residential […]

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layofflist on May 25th, 2009

Good day to all and thank you for visiting The Layoff List this Memorial Day.  In the US, Memorial Day is a day to honor those who have given their lives in service to their country. I hope we can all in some way pay tribute to those who have sacrificed so much for so […]

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