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Automakers hopeful for 2010 as brutal year ends

Automakers hopeful for 2010 as brutal year ends

DETROIT — Automakers in the U.S. ended their worst year in almost three decades with hints of a recovery in December.

YRC Worldwide sets rules for voting on stock issue

YRC Worldwide sets rules for voting on stock issue

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Troubled trucking operator YRC Worldwide Inc. says shareholders as of Monday will get to vote on a stock plan related to the company's recent debt-for-equity swap

Americans’ job satisfaction falls to record low

Americans’ job satisfaction falls to record low

WASHINGTON — We can’t get no job satisfaction. Even Americans who are lucky enough to have work in this economy are becoming more unhappy with their jobs, according to a new survey that found only 45 percent of Americans are satisfied with their work.

Heartland Express shares rise on analyst upgrade

Heartland Express shares rise on analyst upgrade

NEW YORK — Shares of trucking operator Heartland Express Inc. rose Monday after investment firm Robert W. Baird upgraded the stock, saying conditions in the freight industry are improving.

Manufacturing grew faster than expected in December, construction fell

Manufacturing grew faster than expected in December, construction fell

WASHINGTON — An unexpectedly strong report on manufacturing activity Monday bolstered confidence that the nation's factories will help sustain an economic recovery.

Where is America moving? Atlas Van Lines reports 2009 trends

Where is America moving? Atlas Van Lines reports 2009 trends

EVANSVILLE, Ind. — In the wake of the country’s economic downturn, people are moving away from states with high unemployment, according to the 2009 Atlas Van Lines Migration Patterns study. Atlas’ annual study has tracked the nation’s moves since 1993.

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