Re: Short-sightedness and Corporate Anorexia & Bulimia (WAS once VS when and low pay)
What is often overlooked in such job-cutting moves is the cumulative effect[snip]
on the economy as a whole. In the greater scheme of things, such companies
may be shooting themselves in the collective foot.
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