Nordstrom department store experiments with creepy tracking software, is transparent about it, and stops it upon request. Why do we expect less in the non-Nordstrom world?
This entry was posted in and tagged cellphone tracking, Cocaine, Coke, Consumerism, department store, Drugs, National Security Agency, Nordstrom, NSA, parking lot, PRISM program, Privacy Rights, shopping, Store, surveillance, tracking, wi-fi on . July 19, 2013
cartoons for The Los Angeles Times. This week comments on the “good news” that recent college grads are getting more job offers than last year. This entry was posted in Blog and tagged College Graduates, commencement, depression, graduation, help wanted, job market, Jobs, Local Cartoon, los angeles times, pizza, Recession, Store, Underemployment, Unemployment on . March 22, 2012
Republicans often argue that the government should be run like a business. What if they ran businesses the way they run government?
This entry was posted in and tagged arab, Austerity, Budget, butt, Cash Register, Class War, commerce, corporatism, Government, muslim, Obama, shop, Store, supplyside economics, Trickle-Down Economics, war on terror on . May 4, 2011
The stand-off continues, as employers refuse to employ, wondering why consumers refuse to consume.
Finally, Americans are poor-poor: they can’t earn money, pull it out of savings, or even borrow it.
This entry was posted in and tagged bankers, Borrow, Buy, Consumerism, Debt Crisis, depression, Economy, Recession, Savings, shopping, Store, Tapped Out, Wallet on . February 22, 2010
Until recently, 99 cent stores were having trouble finding stuff to sell at such a low price. Fortunately, deflation will come to their rescue.
This entry was posted in and tagged 99 cent, 99 cents, Automakers, Chrysler, Citibank, Citicorp, Citigroup, Deflation, depression, Economy, Ford, Ford Motor, General Motors, GM, Hummer, Iraq, Organ, Organs, Paper Towels, real estate, Recession, Slum, Store, Street, SUV, SUVs on . December 8, 2008