The long-anticipated slowdown in economic growth finally hit in the fourth quarter of 2000, with total retail sales growth slowing to 4.2 percent over the fourth quarter of 1999, a significant drop from the 9.5 percent increase in the same period of 1999.
Data released today by the U.S. Census Bureau about the nation's Hispanic population underscore the need for President Bush and the Congress to make the right choices about the nation's budget priorities, especially with respect to children and education.
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February's unemployment level remaining unchanged from January at 4.2 percent demonstrates a continuing sign that the economic crystal ball is still cloudy, according to the Employment Policy Foundation's Chief Economist, Ron Bird.
Mandating the inclusion of a digital television (DTV) tuner in every television set-as proposed by broadcasters-will result in increased costs and severely limit consumer choice, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) reiterated today.
Pepsi-Cola Company announced the appointment of Randolph (Randy) Melville as Vice President, Urban and Ethnic Marketing. In this leadership role, Melville will drive Pepsi-Cola's growth across its key urban markets by partnering with the Pepsi bottling network and Frito-Lay.