The Daily Telegraph reports that the Queen of England, Elizabeth, is also feeling the pinch
. Her advisers believe she will run out of money in 2012, and needs urgent help from the government.
BOOST: Norman Shave says the church is feeling the pinch
Pizza makers around the nation--from family run pizzerias to national delivery chains--are feeling the pinch
from escalating costs for an essential ingredient in a hotly competitive, $30 billion-plus industry.
Johannesburg Hospital is feeling the pinch
as nurses continue to leave state hospitals for better pay and working conditions, forcing hospitals to hire nurses from agencies at higher rates.
Employers are feeling the pinch
from that gap today, he says.
All of Germany's dioceses, the bishop said, are feeling the pinch
. Not only are more people dropping out of the Church, but increased unemployment means that parishes are collecting less of the nationwide church tax, their main source of income.
Corporations are feeling the pinch
for storage solutions that safeguard against data outages and protect profits.
Mexican hospitals are feeling the pinch
. "There are enough jobs for nurses here on the Mexican border because we are close to the United States; in the country's interior there are not enough jobs," says Socorro Gomez, sub-director of nursing at Poliplaza Medica hospital in Juarez.
With or without claims, contractors are feeling the pinch
in insurance premiums.
Massachusetts' homeowners insurance market is feeling the pinch
as the state's largest provider said it would withdraw from Cape Cod, leaving about 14,000 policyholders searching for coverage.
The FTB is feeling the pinch
of those cuts, as it must trim its budget by $27 million.
"We are feeling the pinch
in some of our larger classrooms.