Archive for September, 2009

Frisco’s tax rate, budget keep projects going

Next fiscal year. This tax rate will generate the same amount of revenue as last year on existing property. (5 mins ago)

Frisco’s tax rate, budget keep projects going

Next fiscal year. This tax rate will generate the same amount of revenue as last year on existing property. (5 mins ago)

US income gap widens as poor take hit in recession

The recession has hit middle-income and poor families hardest, widening the economic gap between the richest and poorest Americans as rippling job layoffs ravaged household budgets. (2 mins ago)

Frisco’s tax rate, budget keep projects going

Next fiscal year. This tax rate will generate the same amount of revenue as last year on existing property. (3 mins ago)

Thin Air Theater’s budget gets thinner

Owners of the Thin Air Theatre Co. will have to look at some serious belt tightening if the Cripple Creek City Council has its way. (4 mins ago)

Kuwait: Making It Happen

25 September 2009 Kuwait has long been a regional leader in the adoption and application of IT, being among the first countries in the Middle East to introduce and promote internet usage and mobile telephony. (13 mins to go)

Union, Blumenthal speak out against AT&T job cuts

AT&T Inc. plans to eliminate 75 jobs in Connecticut as part of a larger nationwide layoff that a company spokesman said is being driven by a decline in the number of customers using land line telephone service. (11 mins to go)

Fed Signals Growth Return Insufficient to End Monetary Stimulus

Sept. 24 — The Federal Reserve signaled that the U.S. economy’s return to growth is insufficient to withdraw stimulus as officials seek to reduce the highest unemployment rate in a quarter century. (3 mins ago)

Winona area unemployment drops in August

Unemployment rates for the city of Winona and Winona County dropped for the second straight month in August, and local officials say they are seeing the first indications of the local economy’s possible recovery. (8 mins to go)

Asian shares subdued, Kiwi hits 13-month high

HONG KONG – Asian shares inched up on Tuesday with softer commodity prices weighing on Australian stocks, while the New Zealand dollar hit a 13-month high on signs of a recovery in prices for the country’s key dairy exports. (13 mins ago)