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  • Slash in corporate investment creating long-term problems

    Finance professor Murillo Campello and colleagues from Duke University found that nearly 60 percent of 569 U.S. firms surveyed are financially strapped by the credit crunch, netting layoffs and other cost-cutting moves that weaken an already hobbled economy.

    Finance professor Murillo Campello and colleagues from Duke University found that nearly 60 percent of 569 U.S. firms surveyed are financially strapped by the credit crunch, netting layoffs and other cost-cutting moves that weaken an already hobbled economy.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      Finance professor Murillo Campello and colleagues from Duke University found that nearly 60 percent of 569 U.S. firms surveyed are financially strapped by the credit crunch, netting layoffs and other cost-cutting moves that weaken an already hobbled economy.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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