FedEx Teams with American Express to Drive Consumers to Shop Main Street During Busy Holiday Retail Season
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Sept. 27, 2011-FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) is injecting $1 million into the small business economy of the United States with its support of Small Business Saturday 2011.Â The commitment, announced today, will send tens of thousands of additional consumers into Main Street merchants on November 26, helping to drive holiday sales for local businesses at a time when customer demand remains among their biggest challenges.Â Â Â
WhatÂ You Are Reading – River View Observer Book Pick Way to Wealth -2010 Version of Benjamin Franklin’s 1758 Way to WealthTodayâ€™s recession economy has made most people pessimistic about their financial prospects. With daily offers of get-rich-quick schemes and big pay for little work, people donâ€™t know what to believe. But Americans have always believed in the founding fathers, which is why Jack Vincentâ€™s rewrite of Benjamin Franklinâ€™s 1758 Way to Wealth (Helpful Info Publishing) is a relevant and welcomed addition to anyoneâ€™s collection. This timeless guide to financial prosperity has been rewritten and adapted for modern readers and todayâ€™s economy. In these uncertain times, readers can apply Benjamin Franklinâ€™s wisdom to their lives and financially prosper.*
When the Yellow Brick Road Hits a Speed-bump,these seven Hudsonities follow their hearts
By Sally Deering
Most folks werenâ€™t around to witness The Great Depression of 1929 when the stock market crashed and people lost their savings, their jobs and sometimes their lives. But many of us do remember the Dotcom crash of 1987 that caused the stock market to nosedive and Internet entrepreneurs to lose their cybershirts. Well, here we are again, folks, rafting through the troubled waters of another recession in a yellow rubber dingy without a paddle.
Uncle Sam is up to his red, white and blues in I.O.U.â€™s. We owe a trillion and change to to China and according to CreditCard.com, every household in America has more than $8 grand in credit card debt with no end in sight. But Americans are a rugged bunch. When all we have are lemons in the fridge, we thumb our nose at the bad times and toast to better days with a swig of lemonade.Â
Itâ€™s the American Way and itâ€™s the Hudson way, too.