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United States Economy Overview - Winter 2010

As the worst recession in a half century came to a technical end in the third quarter, the U.S. economy expanded for the first time in a year. Economic output increased by 2.8 percent, led by consumer spending, federal government spending, residential investment, business investment, and the net investment in private inventories. Countering the positive activity was a negative trade balance and a decline in state and local government spending.

Despite improved output, the impending recovery will remain fragile due to a persistently weak labor market and continued tight credit market, particularly for consumers and small businesses.

U.S. Manufacturers Attempting to Upskill Their Workforces
Geraldine Gambale, Area Development Magazine
Developing Loyalty Among a Millennial Workforce
Geraldine Gambale, Area Development Magazine
Technological Innovation Essential to U.S. Manufacturing Growth
Geraldine Gambale, Area Development Magazine
Which Countries Have Lowest Business Costs?
Geraldine Gambale, Area Development Magazine
Ideas for Industry Innovation Ecosystems Put Into Play
Craig Giffi, Deloitte LLP
Michelle Drew Rodriguez, Deloitte Services LP
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