More than 70,000 pink slips went out today, courtesy of at least seven companies.
Let me let that sink in. We're talking about 70,000+ jobs being cut in one day. Vanished. Gone.
70,000+ people with bills to pay, families to feed and no job. It's been a bloodbath for American workers.
Will it get worse before it gets better? Tonight, we'll talk over the numbers with CNN Chief Business Correspondent Ali Velshi.
This is the burden put on new Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner. He was sworn in just a couple of hours ago in Washington after the Senate approved his nomination by a vote of 60 to 34.
Do you think Mr. Geithner has the plan and the vision to fix our economy?
We'll be deeper deeper on that and we'd love to hear your thoughts.
Also tonight, the latest details on a Kentucky high school football coach charged with a player's death. Jason Stinson pleaded not guilty to reckless homicide in the heat-exhaustion death of a 15-year-old player who collapsed while running sprints during an August practice. The player's temperature reached 107 degrees and witnesses told WLKY-TV that Stinson wouldn't let him get water.
We'll have all these stories and more tonight on AC360° .
Join us at 10pm ET.
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