Who Is to Blame for Sluggish Employment?

Large corporations are often cited as contributors to the unemployment problem, accused of sitting on high cash balances and not investing in capital projects that would lead to additional hiring. However, an analysis by ING found that, contrary to conventional wisdom, small- and medium-sized firms deserve more of the blame.

Click here to read ING's take on the ongoing unemployment problems in the U.S.

Steven Karsh