1. Unemployment: We can't get anywhere when so many people are going nowhere. Good news came the other day in the manufacturing reports, but there's no real indication of job creation just yet. The worst thing is that we've gotten so good at firing people and exploiting the ones that are left.
You'd think that after a decade of reorganizing, restructuring, deconstructing and decimating, we'd have reached the bottom of the body MOREBing - Jan 6, 2010 12:25 PM ET
People have been telling me that I should cheer up. So I went online today and don't you know, I found three great reasons to do so.
First there's the stunning news that JPMorgan Chase is going to earn $2.1 billion in the first quarter. I seem to remember all kinds of bad news coming out of that firm only five minutes ago, with bad bonuses and big, steaming bailouts and MOREBing - Apr 16, 2009 9:43 AM ET
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