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On 06/06/2001 6:50 AM, Paula B. Whitaker (pbw3172 -at- yahoo -dot- com) wrote:
>Someone posted a link to the latest companies that
>have laid off. Can you please repost? I looked in the
>archives and hundreds of messages appeared for the
Not sure if this is what you mean (it's dot-com only, not companies in
general), but by far the most blackly humorous look at which companies
are laying people off is at <http://18.104.22.168>. Caution, the actual
name of the site may offend, no warranty is provided, actual mileage may
vary, and so on.
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