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Economy: Upswing / Corporate Layoffs #145629

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 23, 1993
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Report introduced.

(Washington: Stephen Aug) Indications of an upsurge in the economy featured. [Two SHOPPERS, Chrysler Corporation CEO Robert EATON - comment on the economy.] ABC News/"Money" magazine poll on consumer confidence cited. [Economist Allen SINAI - analyzes the indicators.]

(Studio: Catherine Crier) Report introduced.

(Rochester: Jim Angle) Workers' concern about corporate-level layoffs examined; scenes shown from Rochester, New York, where thousands of workers at Kodak and Xerox are concerned about layoffs. [Laid-off Eastman Kodak worker Dave PEZZULLO, Career Development Services Betsy HARRISON, two SHOPPERS, economist Friedrich GRASBERGER, laid-off Bausch and Lomb worker Mary DONOHUE - talk about the job situation in Rochester.]

Reporter(s):
Angle, Jim;
Aug, Stephen;
Crier, Catherine
Duration:
00:05:10

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