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Amateur Politician Daniel Forte Calls Current Aberdeen City Council A Bunch of Ametur Politicians - If Elected Forte Promises To Stop That Stupid Earth Day Crap , Deal Away With That Dumb Ripken Stadium And Stop That Ridulous City Counsel Fair-Pay Raise

Political amateur Daniel Forte , Republican Tea Party  candidate for Aberdeen City Council told The Aegis that he believed  that the  current city council  are  a bunch of amateur politicians. 90 more words

GM, UAW reach a tentative deal on new 4-year contract

Negotiators for the United Auto Workers and General Motors Co reached a tentative agreement on undisclosed terms for a new four-year labor contract, averting a threatened strike, the union said late on Sunday night. 525 more words


DeSoto County Schools 2010 Pay Cuts, Education Funding and Inconvenient Truths

In 2010, our DeSoto County teachers were forced into taking a pay cut. Our current superintendent claimed that he was going to take a pay cut as well. 1,406 more words

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And you wonder why the middle class isn't getting ahead 

Listen to the political left and you will hear complaints about low wage growth and income growth going to a select few. Perhaps here is one reason. 88 more words

Observations On Life

Pay raises, store spruce-ups crimp Wal-Mart's profit

Wal-Mart’s investments to overhaul its stores are helping to perk up sales, but they’re causing more pain to the bottom line than expected.

Pay raises, store spruce-ups crimp Wal-Mart’s profit

Eastern Illinois University Faculty Skips Pay Raise To Save 29 Jobs

CHARLESTON, Ill. (AP) — Eastern Illinois University President David Glassman says the members of a union that represents faculty and others on campus have agreed to postpone a pay raise to keep 29 instructors employed. 120 more words


To keep your best tech workers, try doing 'stay interviews'

If you’re worrying about how to hold on to your key tech talent, consider what recruiting site Poachable found last month in a survey of 5,000 new members—all of them “passive” job seekers, meaning they are employed but open to other offers. 365 more words