Tagged: recession

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Office Depot Doomed

Office Depot “Doomed” Closing Sale in Hoboken A little more than three years after opening – Office Depot in Hoboken is closing. Office Depot / Office Max is expected to close hundreds more stores...

NJ Golfman Doomed

NJ Golfman Doomed

4/8/2010: Golfman seems to be phasing out Hoboken411 reader Chris noticed that the NJ Golfman shop over at 610 Washington Street may be doomed: “Did NJ Golfman go out of business already? That place...

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More recessionary times ahead?

3/4/2010: Are you preparing for the next bad economic wave? You hear so-called reports of the “economy is on the road to recovery,” and how the stimulus packages and health care reform are necessary...

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Recession soccer in Hoboken

4/12/2009 Update: The word “recession” makes any story newsworthy! Back in February 2009, Hoboken411 was the first the publish this story about Ian Sacs’ “Recession Soccer” program down at Sinatra Field. Then a Swedish...

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Will we need a 2nd homeless shelter?

2/20/2009: Economic Stimulus or not, the jobless rate keeps increasing. Here’s an interesting article from change.org: The Coming Crisis: White Collar Homelessness “Last month, unemployment rates surged to 7.6 percent. As the jobless population...

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Hobokenpix: Are you shopping?

2/9/2009: [Continuing the ORIGINAL Hoboken411 “Photo of the Day” series…] Hoboken Photo of the Day – 2/9/2009 OK, OK, we all know the economy is perceived to be “bad” at the moment – and...

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We’re going in reverse!

1/27/2009: A Hoboken411 reader tipped me off about this article from Reuters, saying the entire country is nervous about their economies mimicking the “Great Depression” of the 1930’s. While folks over in New York...