Sarah Needleman

Wall Street Journal

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Small business reporter with the Wall Street Journal

Sarah Needleman on KCRW

For Internet users, the domain names that come after the dot are changing big time.

Dot-com Domain Names Now Have a Lot of Company

For Internet users, the domain names that come after the dot are changing big time.

from To the Point

The National Association of Colleges and Employers—or NACE—has some  bad news  for the Class of 2009.  Employers expect to hire 22% fewer graduates than they did in 2008.

A Hard Rain's Falling for the Class of 2009

The National Association of Colleges and Employers—or NACE—has some bad news for the Class of 2009.  Employers expect to hire 22% fewer graduates than they did in 2008.

from Which Way, L.A.?

This year's college graduates face the worse entry-level job market since the dot-com bust of the late 1990's.

Congratulations, Graduate, Now Find a Job!

This year's college graduates face the worse entry-level job market since the dot-com bust of the late 1990's.

from To the Point

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