Monthly Archives for January 2009

Airlines In Tailspin

From the Financial Times: The airline industry reported on Thursday an “unprecedented and shocking” plunge in global air cargo traffic. Air freight accounts for 35 per cent of the value of goods traded internationally and the International Air Transport Association … Continue reading

by Chris Sturr | January 30, 2009
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CEOs Want To Use Bailout $$ To Bust Unions

Great post from In One Ear and Out the Other: Regardless of how you feel about the Employee Free Choice Act, you should be outraged that recipients of the bail-out are using that money to lobby Congress against the measure. … Continue reading

by Chris Sturr | January 30, 2009
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