Laid Off

Mike: Good day to you all and thanks for visiting The Layoff List. I won’t be able to add any additional information to this post, since WordPress has decided it doesn’t like something about new material in this post and it keeps crashing each time I add a link. I may add a Sunday post, […]

Continue reading about May 15, 16, 17 – GM to close about 1100 dealerships, import Chinese-made vehicles – CA starts job cuts with 5000 notices today – SF to cut 1000, if no union concessions – Stock Building Supply to cut 2200 more

Mike: Good day to all and thanks for visiting The Layoff List. Today brings a bevy of economic reports, so let’s see how the experts analyze the data. MBA Purchase Applications fell from the previous week even though interest rates are at historically low levels. The remainder of the reports are as follows: Retail Sales, Import and Export Prices,  Business […]

Continue reading about May 13 – Chrysler to cut 800 dealers on Thursday? – Las Vegas Sands Macau to drop 4000 – Daimler’s Fuso to cut 2300 – Germany’s Schaeffler could cut 4500 – First quarter foreclosures increase 23% – Seagate to delete 1100 jobs – Continental Airlines drops 500 – ArcelorMittal announces nearly 1000 layoffs – American Axel to lay off nearly 600 – Harley-Davidson dumping York, PA factories?

Mike: I hope you all have a fine Tuesday. Today brings us the weekly retails sales numbers, ICSC-Goldman Store Sales  and Redbook,  which show increases from last year. Shoppers are opening thier wallets and spending some money this year, which is a good sign that people are more comfortable with spending. Mike: My following thoughts are not meant to […]

Continue reading about May 12 – Japan Airlines to Cut 1200 – 1200 jobs to go at Eircom – Retails sales improve – Median home prices fall 13.8% – GM may close 50% of dealerships – USG to cut more jobs – Loyola hospitals cutting 440 – PNC Financial adding 400 Chicago jobs – GE to bring 350 jobs to Albany, NY