Greg Smith, an executive director at Goldman Sachs, is resigning today after 12 years at the firm. He has a scathing op-ed in this morning's NYT, running under the headline "Why I Am Leaving Goldman Sachs":
Detroit automakers are creating thousands of new jobs amid a sales boom. And as they expand, their suppliers are racing to keep up, adding tens of thousands of new jobs.
At Bridgewater Interiors in Warren, Mich., for example, the pace is intense. Hundreds of union employees scurry to fill a growing list of orders. The factory floor is packed with stacks of foam cushions, seat covers and headrests.
Airport Manager Kim Day presented the state of Denver International Airport yesterday, saying DIA continues to grow as a central hub for the nation’s air travelers. However, she says the airport is still seeking an elusive non-stop flight to Tokyo.
Nearly 53 million passengers traveled through DIA last year, making it the 10th busiest airport in the world. With Southwest Airlines building a pilot and flight attendant training facility as well as new nonstop service to Reykjavik via Icelandair, DIA had a positive economic impact to Colorado of over 22 billion dollars.