What 10 companies expect in 2013

Here's a look at what insiders at some of the biggest companies in major economic sectors are predicting for the months ahead.

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Nov 29, 2012 1:29PM
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What 10 things a tax paying citizen expects in2013

10-JOBS

09-Security from terrorism

08-JOBS

07-Affordable Healthcare

06-JOBS

05-A better Education system

04-JOBS

03-A secure social security system

02-JOBS

01-A Government that puts aside the crap and gets down to business

Nov 29, 2012 3:29PM
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Company expectations:

1. Profits up

2. More profits

3. Outrageous profits

4. Cutting workers' salaries because of overseas competition

5. Cutting workers' hours so as to not pay benefits

6. Buying out other companies and laying off their workers, and get CEO / managements' bonus

7. Raiding worker'  pension / retirement / benefit work contracts

8. Offshoring manufacturing and get CEO / managements' bonus

9. Selling off company assets and firing more workers and get CEO / managements' bonus

10. Liquidating / selling off company and getting liquidation bonus and golden parachute.

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