For many Americans with comfortable incomes, soaring gas prices are an annoyance that has not fundamentally reshaped their lifestyles. But for many lower-income people -- often those who work in service jobs or...
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Apple Computer plans to announce Monday that it's scrapping its partnership with IBM and switching its computers to Intel's microprocessors, CNET News.com has learned.
Apple has used IBM's PowerPC processors...
How a Grandpa with Cancer, chased the critters away with stories to his Grandson. He turned adversities into Adventure Stories. All kids loved them, including the silly grown up ones. How to have your mind fake the results your body needs to heal.“From the Chicken...
JE McNeil, who heads the Centre for Conscience and War in Washington
DC, a Christian group whose members also staff the GI Rights Hotline,
said many troops she spoke with had been lied to by recruiters. "I had
an 18-year-old who was told he did not have to serve in...
Outsourcing off Los Angeles?
By Linda L. Briggs
ADT at Gartner ITxpo: Another vote to endorse offshoring
Report: 150,000 U.S. software jobs lost last year
IDC sees bright spot in client-facing work
Offshoring pays off but not as much as you...
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That night, the Minutemen held a meeting in the lobby of the headquarters, preparing for the first day of surveillance. Simcox addressed the group. "We have 100 people going out tomorrow," he said, acknowledging...
As I wrote four years ago, "Congress is on the verge of approving the “Bankruptcy Reform Act [..]” a wish list of ways to extract money from the bankrupt and near
bankrupt. Lawmakers and creditors must...
AP - Payroll growth across the country was sluggish in March as employers added just 110,000 jobs, the smallest increase since July. Nevertheless, the labor market accommodated enough people to drop the unemployment rate to 5.2 percent.
officials and bus riders in Brooklyn and Queens scrambled to make
alternative travel arrangements last night after a midnight strike
deadline for the city and two private bus lines passed without
resolution.Workers at Command Bus Company of East New York,
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