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The Economy

  1. Dow, S&P Report Their Biggest First-Quarter Point Gains Since 1998We’re saved!
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    People Still Think Hemlines Are Related to the EconomyLet’s play along!
  3. New York Times to Shed Some Newsroom StaffFewer than twenty voluntary buyouts are planned.
  4. Occupying Wall Street With Yoga, Pillow Fights, and Small-Group DiscussionsJust what the mayor was worried about.
  5. The American Economy Is Really Into the Nineties Nostalgia TrendNot the bubblegum-pop era. More like the sad, grungy times.
  6. By the Way, Congress, Even Without the Debt Ceiling Raise, the Economy Is Shriveling on the VineSome bad numbers came out today.
  7. Obama’s Top Economic Adviser Leaving PostTo return to school.
  8. Pimco’s Bill Gross Feels Like a Frog in HeatThe CEO is literally stewing over the Fed’s monetary policy.
  9. Dow Hits Highest Level in Three Years12,000, recalling a time when some, but not all, of the economy was in tatters.
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    Acme’s Unionized Workers Reject Buyout Bid; Everything That’sPlus Michelin stars lose prestige in the UK, and despite roast beef supposedly being the “next big thing,” Wendy’s/Arby’s group looks to unload Arby’s all in our morning news roundup.
  11. Breaking: Rich Are Rich Again, Poor Still PoorThe “new normal,” it turns out, is pretty much the same as the old normal.
  12. Even Doctor Doom Can’t Triumph in This MarketNouriel Roubini can’t sell his party pad.
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    Philadelphia Union Scores With a Bimbo; Hospitality Sector Adds 25,000 New JobsPlus McDonald’s Fruit and Maple oatmeal doesn’t actually contain any maple syrup, and concerns over dioxin-tainted animal feed spreads to France and Denmark, all in our morning news roundup.
  14. Former Investment Banker’s Human-Trafficking Business Is BoomingMail-order brides are really cost-effective, aptly named Wharton grad Joseph Weiner explains.
  15. The Housing Market May Already Be in a Double DipThat’s not good news.
  16. People Are Shopping Again!For jewelry! And clothes! And home furniture! And cars!
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    Boozers Spend Less This Holiday Season; PA Residents Who Buy Booze in NJ LongPlus eggs are great for hangovers, and Kroger issues a recall on pet in food in 19 states, all in out morning news roundup.
  18. Unemployment Problem Will Not Clear Up in Time to Make President Obama Look GoodUnemployment will still be around 8 percent by the end of 2012.
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    Economic Slump Puts a Pinch on Pre-Thanksgiving Partying in Manayunk;Plus the number of restaurants in Japan with Michelin stars could soon surpass those in France, and processed food companies plan to scale back sodium levels in their products, all in our morning news roundup.
  20. Business Upset That Under Obama They Have Achieved Only the Highest Profits EverThanks for nothing, Obama.
  21. Frustrated Middle-Class Democrat Who Vented About the Economy Loses JobVelma Hart was laid off.
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    Farm to Families Provides Farm Fresh Groceries to North Philly; Ace of Cakes toPlus Campbell’s Soup finds ways to keep employees fit, and sales from fine dining and fast food are up, all in our morning news roundup.
  23. Nouriel Roubini Now Adding Jokes to His RepetoireDr. Doom lightens up, sort of.
  24. This Is What Ben Bernanke Looks Like When He’s ‘Taking Aim’The Federal Reserve chairman really gave it to China today.
  25. Sarah Palin Is in a Fight With a Wall Street Journal Economics Reporter About EconomicsAs you would expect, it’s not going well for her.
  26. Sarah Palin Will Do an Impression of a Serious Person in Speech TonightShe’ll criticize the Federal Reserve’s “quantitative easing” policy.
  27. Obama in India: ‘It Is Hard to Overstate the Importance of Asia to Our Economic Future’And he’s staying at the Taj Mahal.
  28. The United States Added 151,000 Jobs in OctoberThis is the first time since May that overall payrolls increased.
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    Foodstamps Fall Short For Many Families in Need; Whole Foods Heads to ScotlandPlus the Food Network’s parent company is flush with cash, and bacon soda is as gross as you would expect, all in our morning news roundup.
  30. Freddie Mac Posts $4.1 Billion Loss, Asks Treasury For $100 Million To Tide It OverAnd don’t expect the mortgage giant to become solvent anytime soon.
  31. Unemployment Holds at 9.6 Percent: Overall Jobs Lost, Private Employment Losing SteamThis is bad news.
  32. John Paulson Would Like You to Buy As Many Homes As You CanBuy your sister-in-law’s nephew a home!
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    Clothes at Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks Expected to Be Less Tight and RevealingYou know labels are playing it safe when even Gucci skips the mirrored runway.
  34. Unbelievable News: The Recession Is Over!Unbelievable, as in it’s hard to believe it.
  35. Obama To Name Elizabeth Warren To Special Advisory RoleBypassing Senate confirmation hearing.
  36. New Economic Adviser: Unemployment Rate ‘Going to Stay High’I don’t anticipate it coming down rapidly,” Goolsbee says.
  37. Loose-Lipped Hookers Tarnish Oldest ProfessionRecent news stories suggest prostitutes’ moral code has been compromised.
  38. Obama Expected to Lay Out New Plan for Economy This WeekMidterm elections: looming.
  39. Economy Sheds 54,000 Jobs, Unemployment Rises to 9.6 PercentThis is better than expected.
  40. New Yorkers Still Doing Better Than Most in Economic RecoveryUnless you aren’t a manager. And you live outside of Manhattan.
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    American Eagle to Close 50 to 100 StoresAt least they’re not doing as badly as American Apparel.
  42. Number of New Jobless Claims Edges DownLess than 500,000 new people joined the unemployment line last week! (That’s still pretty bad.)
  43. Manhattan Real Estate, Still ExpensiveThe rest of the U.S., not so much.
  44. China’s World Domination Proceeding According to ScheduleIt could surpass America’s economy in twenty years.
  45. A Killer Summer in New York CityRemember when the murder rate was heading toward zero?
  46. That Terrifying Jobs Chart Isn’t Getting Any Less TerrifyingWe have a loooong way to go.
  47. Bernanke: Things Are Better, But Also Still BadThe Fed chairman is still cautiously pessimistic.
  48. Recession Was Actually Worse Than We ThoughtThe Commerce Department releases new figures.
  49. Anthony Ward’s Ambitious Cocoa-Hoarding Might Manipulate Global MarketsOh, yum.
  50. Depressive Bernanke Brings Down MarketsEeyore strikes again.
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