December 24 The Christian Science Monitor, “Will Obama’s plan help the middle class?” By Mark Trumbull.
December 24 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Jobless numbers slay state’s spirits,” By Paul Donsky.
December 24 Albany Times Herald, “Cooper’s closing likely means more job looses.” By Susan McCord.
December 23 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Metro Atlanta jobless rate jumps to 7 percent.” By Paul Donsky.
December 22 Business Week, “How many Jobs Will the U.S. Economy Lose?
December 17 The Union-Recorder, “Revenue shortfalls seen on both the state and county levels.” By Daniel McDonald.
December 17 The Bond Buyer, “Georgia’s Perdue Pushes Debit Plan in Excess of $ 1 billion.” By Christine Van Dusen.
December 16 The Atlanta Journal- Constitution, (Front Page) “Shortfall forces Marta cuts.” By Ben Smith.
December 16 Business Week, “Unemployment: Worse than it looks; The most publicized measure of U.S. unemployment tells only part of the story.” By Moira Herbst.
December 15 Daily Report, “Marta approves cuts as $60M budget deficit looms.”
December 15 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Marta Projects $60M Shortfall.”  By J Scott Trubey.
December 12 The Birmingham News, “Source Medical Wins Jemison Award.” By Russell Hubbard.
December 11 Birmingham Business Journal, “Expert: Economy won’t improve till 2011.” By Crystal Jarvis.
December 10 Georgia Front Page, “State Fiscal Crisis: Georgia has a Revenue Problem.”
December 4 Stateline.org, “Shifting economy keeps state guessing.” By Stephen C. Fehr.
December 3 Creative Loafing. “Experts suggest Georgia raise taxes. Fat Chance.” By Scott Henry.
December 1 Avsite.com, “Aviculture from USA waits for Russian definition regarding cuts in chicken imports.”
November 29 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Jobs lost, money tight, so consumers wary: Retail wails: Stores rely on the holiday shopping season to make the difference between profit and loss, but many people are in no mood to spend.” By Michael E. Kanell.
November 26 Global Atlanta, “Georgia Poultry Farmers Face Russian Cutback.” By David Beasley.
November 24 The Associated Press, “A roundup of recent editorial opinion from Michigan newspaper.”
November 23 Ledger-Enquirer, “Columbus to regain lost jobs-eventually.” By Tony Adams.
November 23 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Economy Explained/Jobless: Unemployment Checkup: Funds in jeopardy” Georgia benefits trust relatively stable for now; 19 states face depletion in year.” Tammy Joyner.
November 21 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Jobless rate up to 7 percent: State unemployment numbers at 16-year high.” By Margaret Newkirk.
November 20 The Atlanta Journal Constitution, “Forecast: Expect more pain in ’09, recovery in 2010. By Michael Kanell.
November 20 Access North GA, “State economist predicts recovery in late 2010.”
November 20 Athens Banner-Herald, “Economic forecaster says Athens will see slight job boost in 2009.”
November 20 The Florida Times-Union, “Georgia jobs to take a hit from recession.” By Jake Armstrong.
November 20 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Georgia jobless rate jumps to 7 percent.”
November 20 The Augusta Chronicle, “Rise in job loss forecast.” By Jake Armstrong.
November 19 Global Atlanta, “Forecaster: Bleak 15 Months Ahead for Georgia Economy.” By David Beasley.
November 19 Portfolio, “Georgia economy bleaker than thought, Dhawan says.”
November 19 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Georgia economy bleaker than thought, Dhawan says.”
November 19 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Economist” Georgia’s job losses to grown until 2010.” By Michael E. Kanell.
November 19 WSB News, “Georgia Economic Outlook “Bleak.” By Jon Lewis.
November 19 US Fed News, “No real recovery until late 2010; Credit market volatility leads to slowdown in spending….”
November 19 Business Week, “Unemployment: How to Slow the Bleeding; In crafting a spending plan, federal officials must choose between measures that give a fast lift to the economy and those that create sustainable new jobs.” By Moira Herbst.
November 17 The Wall Street Journal. “Oil Prices: The Stealth Stimulus.”
November 17 Dow Jones, “Oil Stealth Stimulus.” By Brian Blackstone.
November 16 The  Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Bailing out GM doesn’t make sense.” By Thomas Oliver.
November 8 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Front Page), “240,000 jobs gone in month.” By Michael Kanell.
November 4 USA Today, “Augusta, GA: Bargains are out there, but homes are a tough sale as potential buyers are holding back.” By Christine Dugas.
November 4 The Christian Science Monitor, “Wanted: next growth engine for U.S. economy.” By Mark Trumbull.
October 31 The San Francisco Chronicle, “Crucial Barometer points to a recession.” By Sam Zuckerman.
October 27 Business Week, “How to get Growth back on track” By Michael Mandel.
October 24 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Area’s September jobless rate up to 6.5%, but worse expected.” By Michael Kanell.
October 23 The  Atlanta Journal- Constitution (Front Page), “Will gas price dip help? Retailers, vehicle-dependent firms hope for some relief.” By Michael E. Kanell.
October 15 National Real Estate Investor, “Bank Capital Infusion: Necessary to Quell Crisis, Say Experts.”
October 14 Bloomberg News, “Georgia Gets Reality Check as Housing, Energy Take Away Jobs.” By Steve Matthews.
October 13 Outlook India, “Pink Slips On Mean Street.” By Ashish Kumar Sen.
October 11 The Town Talk, “Experts see strength in La. Economy, U.S. Troubles.” By Katrina Donica.
October 10 The Natchitoches Time, “Northwestern State University College of Business To Host 42nd Annual J.Porter Forum.”
October 3 National Real Estate Investor, “Continuing Job Losses Could Better Fundamentals.”
October 1 Newsday, “Economists say bailout needed to free up credit.” By Tom Incantalupo.
September 29 RTT News, “Experts wonder if congress can craft financial relief bill to satisfy Main Street.”
September 28 USA Today, “Housing rescue bill may fall short; who benefits?” Anna Bahney.
September 21 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Special Report: Financial Shake-Up: Area economists lay out predictions.” Michael E. Kanell.
September 15 Trading Markets, “Economists Question Lehman Bankruptcy vs. Bear Stearns Bailout.”
September 6 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Outlook dims as jobless rates rise.” By Michael Kanell
September 5 GwinnettHerald.com, “Atlanta to Lose 20,600 Jobs in ’08.” By Hurd Hatcher.
September 5 Forbes.com, “Don’t Blame Bernanke.” By Alan Reynolds.
September 5 The Savannah News, “Downturn will drag on, forecaster says.” By Summer Teal Simpson.
September 2 The Oman Times (Oman), “Running out of Gas.”
September 2 SmartBrief, “Hub cities could benefit as airlines cut service.”
September 1 The Augusta Chronicle, “Report on State’s economy revives special session talks.” By Brandon Larrabee.
August 31 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Airline cuts may produce flight to hubs.” By Marilyn Geewax.
August 31 The Providence Journal, “Airline Cutbacks could reshape the future of secondary-market cities.” By Marilyn Geewax.
August 30 Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), “Don’t pop the Champagne corks yet.”
August 29 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Economists wary despite GDP surprise.” By Marilyn Geewax.
August 28 The Augusta Chronicle. “Augusta will lose jobs in 2009.” By Tim Rausch.
August 28 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Downturn will drag on, forecaster says: ‘It’s a recession’: Georgia State University’s economic expert says job losses will continue nationally and in Atlanta.” By Michael E. Kanell.
August 28 AJC.com, “Economy to be Slow through next year, GSU expert predicts.” By Michael E. Kanell.
August 27 RTT News, “Dr. Rajeev Dhawan says Aftershocks of Credit Crunch Are damaging Growth.”
August 27 The Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Dhawan: Housing downturn, gas prices make GA economic outlook bleak.”
August 27 Targeted News Service, “Credit Aftershocks damage nation’s growth prospects; Oil holds key to Fed’s next move, says Georgia Forecaster.”
August 15 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Jobless rate in state hits 15-year high: Above U.S. average: Expert says employment news probably will get worse before it gets better.” By Michael E. Kanell.
August 6 Portafolio.com.co/wall street journal (Spanish), “Experts Divided on the good productivity performance in the U.S.”
August 4 The Wall Street Journal (Asia), “Robust output of U.S. ignores recession signs.” By Brian Blackstone.
August 4 The Wall Street Journal (Europe), “Key data defy U.S. woes—Worker productivity maintains growth in face of downturn. By Brian Blackstone.
August 4 Dow Jones Newswires, “Strong Productivity Defies Trend.” By Brian Blackstone.
August 4 The Wall Street Journal, “Strong Productivity Defies Trend and Gives Fed Room to Maneuver.” By Brian Blackstone.
August 4 Businessweek, “The Real Question: Should Oil be Cheap?” By John Carey.
July 28 USA Today, “Who will benefit from housing act?” By Anna Bahney.
July 11 AJC.com, “Looking for a way in the door: Jobless Georgians on short end of a numbers game.” By Michael E. Kanell.
July 11 AJC.com, “Looking for a way in the door: Unemployed on short end of numbers game.” By Michael E. Kanell.
July 11 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Looking For a way in the door: Unemployed on short end of numbers game.” By Michael E. Kanell.
July 1 Daily Labor Report, “Economic Outlook Modest Recovery may begin Next Year, Fed on Hold until 2009, BNA Survey Finds.” By Diana Gregg, Larry Swisher, Michael Rose and Aaron Lorenzo.
June 27 Convenience Store News, “Stimulus Checks Offset Rising Pump Prices.”
June 25 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Group: Economic Stimulus Checks went toward gas.” By Ariel Hart.
June 24 Seeking Alpha, “Is the Great Moderation in Danger?” By Zubin Jelveh.
June 23 Portfolio.com, “Is the Great Moderation in Danger?” By Zubin Jelveh.
June 19 Mundo Hispanico, “A history without end? Analysts assume that the economic situation is not that bad given the price of gasoline.” By Leslie Froelich.
June 17 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Paying Upfront: Party is over for easy Credit.” By Tammy Joyner.
June 12 U.S Fed News, “State Labor Department’s 14th Annual Job Fair to be Televised Statewide.”
June 10 International Herald Tribune, “Rural U.S. faces struggle as fuel prices climb higher Dependence on Trucks and low incomes are squeezing family budgets.” By Clifford Krauss.
June 9 El Nuevo Herald, “FedEx & UPS are heading for a recession.”
June 9 The New York Times, “Rural U.S. Takes Worst Hit as gas tops $4 Average.” By Clifford Krauss.
June 9 The Capital Times & Wisconsin State Journal, “National Gas Average Reaches $4 a gallon; Analysts wonder if Last week’s surgeon oil prices is a one time spike or the start of a new wave of advances.” By Adam Schreck.
June 7 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution [Front Page], “Job losses oil jolt economy: Experts surprised at panicky reaction, say employment is uneven but far from awful.” By Michael E. Kannell.
June 6 National Real Estate Investor, “Economists see job losses as Mild.” By Poonkulali Thangavelu.
June 4 Reuters español, “U.S. not in recession but consumers reacting as if there were one.” By Emily Kaiser.
June 4 Reuters, “Analysis- No recession? For U.S. consumers, it feels like one.” By Emily Kaiser.
May 23-29 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “GSU economist sees ‘Recessionary Environment’.”
May 25 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Georgia 100: Cover Story: Season of economic uncertainty: Possible recession atop worry list in election year.” By Tom Walker.
May 22 The Augusta Business Chronicle, “Augusta not in Recession, though hiring has slowed.” By Walter C. Jones.
May 22 The Atlanta Journal Constitution, “Job losses in GA Forecast, Dhawan sees mild downturn, but no real recovery until ’10.” By Michael E. Kanell.
May 21 US Fed News, “Georgia State Forecaster: Credit crunch somewhat Abated, High Oil Prices Block Economic Recovery.”
May 21 AJC.com, “Georgia to lose 7,000 jobs this year, economist predicts.” By Michael E. Kanell.
May 21 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “GSU economist sees ‘recessionary environment’ in Georgia.”
May 14 The Wall Street Journal, “U.S. News: Congress Rebukes Bush Over Oil Stockpile—Vote of 97-1 Aims to End Stockpiling in Strategic Reserve.” By Stephen Power and Ian Talley.
May 3 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Job hunt gets scary: Recession or not, the search for work in many fields takes longer as employers keep an eye on the economy.” By Michael E. Kanell.
May 1 Business Week, “Stock Drop after Fed rate cut; Bernanke & Co. trimmed the Fed funds rate target to 2.0%, but lack of clarity about future moves caused confusion in the markets.”
April 30 National Real Estate Investor, “GDP Rises, Barely as Fed slices interest rates to jolt economy.” By Denise Kalette.
April 30 Penton Insight, “GDP Rises, Barely as Fed Slices Interest Rates to Jolt Economy.” By Denise Kalette.
April 23 The Christian Science Monitor, “Banking woes seem to ease. Is it a sign?” By Mark Trumbull.
April 22 Bloomberg, “UPS, FedEx decline points to continuing recession.” By Mary Jane Credeur.
April 17 Fayette Daily News, “The Perfect Storm.” By Cindy Morley.
April 17 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “The merger of Delta and Northwest: Albatross of Oil: Any cost savings won’t include bills for jet fuel.” By Michael E. Kanell.
April 14 Global Atlanta, “Merger with Northwest to extend Delta’s Global Reach.” By Trevor Williams and Phil Bolton.
April 5 The Palm Beach Post, “Home Depot to trim personnel jobs, boost help on the floor.” By Rachel Tobin Ramos
April 5 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Home Depot cuts 970 jobs.” By Rachel Tobin Ramos.
March 31 “El Universal” (Mexico), “Forecast: economic recovery for the U.S. in 2010.” By Ixel Gonzalez.
March 29 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Signs of life in real estate: Turnaround? Atlanta pros say sales are up, but economists aren’t ready to declare a trend.” By Kevin Duffy.
March 29 Augusta Chronicle, Georgia faces fight to keep graduates.” By Greg Gelpi.
March 22 The Globe and Mail(Canada), “This nastiness will last throughout 2008.” By Heather Scoffield.
March 21 Trading Markets, “Chambliss sees help for Carpet Region.”
March 9 Chattanooga Times, “Dalton suffers carpet casualties.” By Dave Flessner and Eric Fuchs.
March 4 Cox News Service, “Housing Recovery ‘Years’ Away, Economists Told.” By Marilyn Geewax.
March 4 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Grim forecast for mortgages: Treasury secretary says housing slowdown will linger, reiterates opposition to federal bailouts for borrowers.” By Marilyn Geewax.
February 29 Chattanooga Times, “Tennessee, Georgia jobs picture becomes cloudy.” By Dave Flessner.
February 28 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Economic forecasts grow darker: Georgia: Tepid growth will outpace nation’s, forecaster says.” By Michael E. Kanell.
February 28 Insider Advantage Georgia, “Georgia Forecast: No Recession but little Growth.” By Walter C. Jones.
February 28 Manufacturing Business Technology, “Cox News Service.” By Michael E. Kanell.
February 27 The Christian Science Monitor, “A slowdown in U.S. economy, yes, but a mild one.” By Mark Trumbull.
February 27 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Dhawan: Georgia economy Headed for a slide.”  
February 21 Mundo Hispánico (Spanish),The Worst is over.” By Pilar Verdes.
February 20 Rome New-Tribune, “Experts are divided over credit crunch’s impact on government bonds.”
February 9 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Ga.’s stimulus estimate: $3.6 billion: Rebate checks could be an economic shot in the arm—if they’re spent and not socked away.” By Michael E. Kanell.
February 4 Outlook India, “Tough Times Ahead: America isn’t sure if it’s recession. India won’t be immune to it, but will survive.” By Ashish Kumar Sen.
February 1 Winnipeg Press (Canada), “Home Depot cuts jobs as housing market slows.”
February 1 The Atlanta Journal Constitution, “Home Depot lays off 500: Atlanta headquarters will dismiss 1 in 10 employees by the end of today as chain adjusts to housing slump.” By Michael E. Kanell.
February 1 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Jobless Data flash warning: It may signal trouble—or a blip.” By Michael E. Kanell.
January 24 BusinessWeek, “Stimulus package to the rescue; or will it be too late? Even if Plan is enacted within weeks to try to head off a U.S. recession, it’ll take months for the tax rebate checks to go out.” By Dawn Koplecki and Eamon Javers.
January 24 The Oakland Tribune, “Who’s going to save the U.S. economy form a recession: Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, or President Bush and the 535 members of Congress?” By Vindu Goel.
January 23 The Boston Globe, “Fed cutes rate, but Recession Worries Persist.” By Robert Gavin.
January 23 BusinessWeek, “Stimulus Package to the Rescue.” By Dawn Kopecki and Eamon Javers.
January 23 San Jose Mercury News, “Vindu’s View: For helping overall economy, Fed’s Rate cut trumps rebate.” By Vindu Goel.
January 23 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Perdue upbeat on state’s economy, but some builders welcome Tuesday’s rate cut.” By Michael E. Kanell. Bill Torpy and James Salzer.
January 20 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Air mergers produce far-reaching effects: Companies attempts to mesh ripple through Wall Street, worriers, flying public.” By Michael E. Kanell.
January 19 Guardian.co.uk (UK), “Unity on U.S. stimulus will not forestall argument.” By Glenn Somerville.
January 19 Reuters, “Unity on U.S. stimulus will not forestall argument.” By Glenn Somerville.
January 17 Women’s Wear Daily, “Recession Concerns Permeate Political Scene.” By Kristi Ellis, with contributions by Jeanine Poggi
January 16 Austin American-Statesman, “Isakson: Delta CEO committed to Atlanta.” By Jim Tharpe and Russell Grantham.
January 16 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Mega-airline on horizon? Isakson says Delta remains committed to Atlanta HQ.” By Jim Tharpe and Russell Grantham.
January 5 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution,Even More Ominous signs show up in the fine print.” By Michael E. Kanell.