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  • Layoffs Take a (Brief) Holiday

    Likely it's a year-end anomaly, as signs of economic problems are hardly abating. But the job losses continue at AMD, Interface Inc., Kemet, Textron, and Unisys. December 31, 2008

  • No End to the Nightmare

    Detroit has been given a brief reprieve, but the threat of bankruptcy still looms. December 31, 2008

  • Conservatives Oppose Bush Plan to Help Auto Industry

    A letter signed by 22 GOP members in the House objects to White House plan to transfer some of the $700b rescue money to the Big Three. December 16, 2008

  • Reid Offers Bailout Ultimatum to GOP

    Senate majority leader presents take-it-or-leave-it proposal for voting on the auto plan. December 11, 2008

  • Economy Puts Sports on Defensive, Sort Of

    No matter the field of play, teams are cutting sponsorships and freezing ticket prices — unless, like Citi, they're shell out $400m for a Mets stadium deal. December 11, 2008

  • The Double-edged Sword of Head Count Cuts

    Companies contemplating layoffs must consider a variety of issues, not all of which fit into a spreadsheet. December 9, 2008

  • Pelosi Vows Auto Fix

    "I believe an intervention will happen," and bankruptcy doesn't appear an option, the Senate majority leader says. December 3, 2008

  • Future Tense

    The financial crisis obliterated corporate forecasts. Now, CFOs struggle to assess what lies ahead. December 1, 2008

  • Layoff Report: Banking, Bottling, and Boeing

    Announcements come from BNY-Mellon, WaMu, Pepsi Bottling, Boeing, Harrah's, Akamai, Lawson Software, Pilgrim's Pride, and Sara Lee. November 21, 2008

  • Icons No More

    Motorola and Sun: Two once-mighty technology firms need to take radical measures. November 11, 2008

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