December 9 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Front Section:”Big Airlines ought to stop flying solo.” by Rajeev Dhawan (@ issue).
December 6 U.S. News, ‘Headed for a crash landing” by Lou Dobbs.
December 2 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Economist: Delta dragging on local economy.”
November 24 Pittsburg Post-Gazette, “Retail workers brace for day-after-thanksgiving crush” by Theresa F. Lindeman.
November 20 The News Tribune, “Economists offer a mostly sunny outlook at Tacoma, Wash., symposium” by C.R. Roberts.
November 20 The Florida Times-Union, “Top firms’ slow revenue shackles state of GA economy trudges, creating few jobs, but experts wait for a spark to get it moving”.  by Vicky Echenrode.
November 19 Augusta Chronicle, “Report infers slower growth”.
November 18 Gwinnett Daily Post, Online Edition “Delta woes latest drag on state economies”. by Dave Williams.
November 18 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Atlanta will feel Delta’s misery Forecaster says airline’s cut will carve $625 million out of ’05 consumer spending”. by Michael E. Kanell.
November 17 Reuters, “MFS sees economic uptick, good earnings in 2005”.  by Mark Wilkinson.
November 16 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Worries rise on trade deficit”.  by Michael E. Kanell
November 11 The State (KRTBN), “Euro value sours against U.S. dollar”. by Tanya Fogg Young
November 11 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “FED reaffirms measured pace”. By Tom Walker.
November 9 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Front Page “Dollar’s decline trickle way down” by Michael Kanell.
November 6 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Front Page “Economy looks up as job figures jump.” by Michael Kanell.
October 29 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Southside braces for fallout” by Donna Soper.
October 11 Reuters, “Post-9/11 costs cut US GDP about 1.5 points – report.”  by Mark Wilkinson.
October 8 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Job numbers should add spark to Bush-Kerry debate….” by Michael E. Kanell.
October 1 National Real Estate Investor, “Investors Give Incumbent Bush a Vote of Confidence” by Matt Valley.
September 29 The Augusta Chronicle, “AUGUSTANS FEEL PINCH” by Damon Cline.
September 29 The Augusta Chronicle, “Augusta, Ga., drivers feel pinch of higher fuel prices” by Damon Cline.
September 28 AFX (Asia), “Higher oil prices will slow U.S. economy: economist” (supplied by CBSMarketWatch)
September 28 Agence France Presse (AFP), “High oil prices may slow US economy, won’t cause recession: experts” by
September 28 CBS Market Watch, “Higher oil prices will slow U.S. economy: economists.” by AFX
September 24 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Ga. ports expect business to boom” by Michael Kanell.
September 22 The Courier-Mail, “Markets to mind Fed language as rate rise tipped” by Glenn Somerville.
September 21 Reuters, “U.S. rates seen headed up despite soft-spot worries” by Glenn Somerville.
September 15 Women’s Wear Daily, “AUG. RETAIL SALES SHOW DROP IN APPAREL” by Joanna Ramey.
September 14 USA Today, “What’s worrying business? Confidence erodes across industries” by Sue Kirchhoff and Barbara Hagenbaugh.
September 10 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Editorial “THINKING RIGHT: Fox News, Activists, state Democrats” by Jim Wooten.
September 9 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “The Recovery Plan: Cuts will hit hard across Atlanta” by Michael Kanell.
September 6 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Front Page “Metro Atlanta incomes down 10%” by Michael Kanell.
September 5 Citizen-Times.Com, “WNC wages still not up to standard” by Angie Newsome.
September 4 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Turnaround in Jobs” by Michael Kanell.
August 31 Associated Press (AP), “Atlanta Frets over Ex-Mayor’s Indictment” by Kristen Wyatt.
August 31 Associated Press (AP), “Image-conscious Atlanta frets over former mayor’s indictment” by Kristen Wyatt.
August 26 The Florida Times-Union, “Economist optimistic about Georgia jobs Oil’s volatility, political uncertainty could restrict corporate expansion” by Vicky Eckenrode.
August 26 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Oil prices drop, but still volatile political haze also big worry” by Michael Kanell.
August 25 Associated Press (AP), “Georgia State economist says oil, election uncertainty dampen job growth” by Harry R. Weber.
August 25 Dow Jones Newswires, “University Forecaster Sees Slow 2H US GDP, Oil Key For 05” by John McAuley.
August 20 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Spiking oil prices threaten U.S. economy” by Michael E. Kanell.
August 15 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Oil uncertainty felt around the world” by Michael Kanell.
August 13 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Editorial Section, “Crude Awakening.”
August 11 Odessa American (KRTBN) (Texas), “Disney posts magical returns in third quarter” by Jerry W. Jackson
August 11 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Cautious Fed edges rates up” by Michael E. Kanell.
August 7 The Philadelphia Inquirer (KRTBN), “High oil prices, terrorism fears torpedo job growth” by Bob Fernandez.
August 5 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Henry, Clayton tax collections top projections” by Kevin Duffy.
August 4 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Post’s fortunes improve” by Walter Woods.
August 1 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Jobs: Up to $110,000, free room and board / But KBR work in Iraq includes 84-hour weeks at 120 degrees, spiders, scorpions” by Bill Hendrick.
July 31 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Spending sag crimps economy” by Michael E. Kanell.
July 28 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Halliburton hits Atlanta jackpot” by Bill Hendrick.
July 19 Women’s Wear Daily, “Women’s Apparel Prices Taper Off 0.1% in June” by Joanna Ramey.
July 2004 Real Estate Forum, “A Look at Conditions in the Nation’s Top MSAs” by Cynthia J. Hoffman.
July 16 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “State jobless rate increase to 4.6%” by Michael E. Kanell.
July 9 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Ga. Jobless claims up, but below average a year ago” by Michael E. Kanell.
July 1 The Bureau of National Affairs, Economic Outlook, “Survey Finds Growth at 4.7 Percent Key Fed Rate at 2 Percent By Year-End” by D. Gregg, J. Sullivan, B. Ferguson, and L. Swisher.
July 1 National Real Estate Investor, “What Does It All Add Up To” by Parke Chapman
July 1 National Real Estate Investor, “When will Atlanta Rise Again” by Walter Woods.
June 27 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Market has plenty of worries” by Tom Walker.
June 26 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Front Page, “Housing sales set hot pace” by Michael E. Kanell.
June 25 Reuters, “Stocksview – Don’t count out rate-sensitive shares.
June 5 The Boston Globe, “U.S. Economy Tallis Strong Job Growth in May’ by Robert Gavin.
June 5 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Front Page, “Job gain suggests recovery for real” by Michael E. Kanell.
June 4 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Front Page, “Spurt in revenue a boost for state” by Michael E. Kanell.
June 2 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Stock closes just 6¢ shy of record” by Michael E. Kanell.
May 20 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “High-paid jobs make a comeback” by Michael E. Kanell.
May 20 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Hotel industry sees resurgence” by Leon Stafford.
May 19 St. Petersburg Times, “Where will it stop?” by
May 14 Women’s Wear Daily, “Retail Sales down in April, But Strong Year-Over-Year” by Kristi Ellis.
May 14 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Jobless claims fall in Georgia” by Michael E. Kanell.
May 12 The Wall Street Journal, “The Housing Boom Hits the High End” by Ruth Simon.
May 12 Bloomberg, “Surge in corporate profits not reaching average workers” by Art Pine.
May 10 Bloomberg, “U. S. Workers’ Wages Lag in Recovery While Company Profits Soar” by Art Pine.
May 7 Newsday, “New York Gasoline Top $2 per Gallon” by Knight Ridder.
May 6 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Big leap in State revenues” by James Salzer.
May 6 Investors Business Daily, “Marker Sees 3, Maybe 4, Rate Hikes in 2004 by Rex Nutting.
May 5 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Fed holds fast on interest rates” by Michael E. Kanell.
May 4 AFX, “Market sees 3, maybe 4, rate hikes in 2004”
May 2 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Economy stirs echoes of early ’90s” by Michael E. Kanell.
May 2 AFX, “Fed will maintain flexibility.”
May 1 The Cincinnati Enquirer, “Consumers see prices rising on necessities” by John Byczkowski.
April 30 Bloomberg, “U. S. March Spending Seen Rising 0.7%, Survey Shows” by Will Edwards.
April 28 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Home sales up in March” by Michael E. Kanell.
April 7 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Oil prices ripple in economy” by Michael E. Kanell.
April 3 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Surge in jobs a surprise” by Michael E. Kanell.
March 25 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Cautious firms opt for temps, not hires” by Michael E. Kanell.
March 24 USA Today, “Record Gas Prices Pump Up Debates Issues Include Laws, Efficient Cars, Emergency Supplies” by James R. Healy.
March 23 San Francisco Chronicle, “Winds of Economic Change Account for Slow Job Growth” by Sam Zuckerman.
March 23 USA Today, “Another day, another record gas price” by David McNew.
March 18 Women’s Wear Daily, “Retail apparel prices deflated in February” by Kristi Ellis.
March 17 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Housing shows its strength” by Michael E. Kanell
March 11 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Atlanta lost jobs after all” by Michael E. Kanell.
March Khabar Magazine, “Rajeev Dhawan Forecasts Continued Outsourcing of Service Jobs.”
March 8 BNA’s Daily Labor Report, “Nonfarm Payrolls Rise 21000 in February as Unemployment Rate Stays at 5.6 Percent” by John Sullivan.
March 4 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Tax take decreases from Feb. ’03 figure” by James Salzer.
March 1 San Francisco Chronicle, “Jobless Recovery a result of Business Caution after recession” by Sam Zuckerman.
February 28 The Economist, “His last hurrah?”
February 22 San Francisco Chronicle, “Some jobs may not return/ Global, U.S. factors combine to create new business model” by Sam Zuckerman.
February 19 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Forecast focus on job shifts” by Michael E. Kannell.
February 19 Savannah Morning News, “Savannah, Ga., to Lead State with 3.2 Percent Job Growth in 2004” by Walter Jones
February 19 The Augusta Chronicle, “Augusta’s Economy is Languid; Economist sees slow growth ahead” by Walter C. Jones.
February 10 CBS Market Watch, “”Focus on the FOMC’s 2004 economic projections” by Greg Robb.
February 7 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Economy adds 112,000 jobs” by Michael E. Kanell.
February 3 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Spending rises, but wages fall” by Michael E. Kanell.
January 28  The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Atlanta soars; state struggles” by Michael E. Kanell.
January 22  Daily Labor Report, “Labor Markets: Employment and Labor Costs” by John Sullivan.
January 10 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Front Page, “Growth in jobs slumps in U.S.” by Michael E. Kanell.
January 5 The Augusta Chronicle, “Jobs Still Not Forthcoming for Some Augusta, Ga., Residents” by Matthew Mogul
January 1 National Real Estate Investor, “Industrial Market Provides Southern Comfort” by Tony Wilbert.
January 1 The New Tribune, “Tacoma, Wash.-Area Experts Predict Strong Economic Growth in 2004” by C.R. Roberts.