EAST LANSING, Mich. - Michigan's economy, battered over the past decade by hundreds of thousands of lost manufacturing jobs, could surge again in coming decades by making robots for use in everyday life, futurist George Friedman said Tuesday.
Whenever companies start hiring freely again, job-seekers with specialized skills and education will have plenty of good opportunities.
WASHINGTON - Commerce Department releases personal income and spending for July, 8:30 a.m.
NEW YORK - Stocks closed moderately lower Friday as investors' pessimistic view of the economy deepened.
NEW YORK - Stocks fell moderately Friday as investors sold heavily for the second straight day over worries about the pace of the recovery.
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