It seems city and county governments are now adding jobs at the fastest pace in five years. This comes after having to lay off workers through much of the recovery. Stronger economic growth is driving higher municipal revenue. Local governments added 48,000 jobs from February to May. That's up from 30,000 for all of last year.
Consumer Minute: City governments are hiring & breakfast cereal concerns
Florida State football is crediting a GPS harness for its success. Players wore it during training. It kept track of their performance, fatigue levels and their health. The coach said it helped to dramatically cut down on injuries.
There's a new concern this morning that could impact the $10 billion breakfast cereal market. Researchers say kids may be overdosing on vitamins; getting far too much Vitamin A, Zinc and Niacin from fortified foods like cereals and snack bars.
Carl's Jr. is now offering a burger topped with garlic mashed potatoes, gravy and crispy onions. It's 790 calories and has 42 grams of fat. The product is currently being tested in a few Southern California locations. If it's a hit, it could go nationwide.
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