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Light at Tunnel's End, 2010

Speaking of good times, the UCLA Anderson Forecast predicts a "tepid recovery" for the economy in 2010— the tepid part probably comes from the part where they predict that employment recovery will be "long and arduous." However, the abyss into which we've fallen can't be bottomless, and when "contractionary forces become spent (i.e. housing can't get much lower)," things will level out. Helpful tip: "The job ahead is to turn our malls into factories." And here we thought we were supposed to turn them into restaurant centers. [CNN]