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Jack Welch: Employment Data Too Good to be True
Posted by: Dheeraj Grover (IP Logged)
Date: October 6, 2012 10:17AM
Well-known management guru and CEO, Jack Welch, was on CNBC to defend his call on today's job numbers. He thinks that the data are fudged and too good to be true
Credit and Source: www.cnbc.com, CNBC
Here is the video:
Re Jack Welch Employment Data Too Good to be True
Posted by: LwC (IP Logged)
Date: October 6, 2012 02:03PM
In his column today Joe Nocera writes:
The idea that a handful of career bureaucrats, their jobs secure no matter who is in the White House, would manipulate the unemployment data to help President Obama, is ludicrous. Jack Welch knows it, too; when I called him Friday afternoon, he quickly backpedaled, " I'm not accusing anybody of anything," he protested.
Re: Re Jack Welch Employment Data Too Good to be True
Posted by: paulwitt (IP Logged)
Date: October 6, 2012 04:13PM
I agree with Al Gore. The air is thin in Denver.
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