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by SixFigureStart | January 26, 2010

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The first time John Wells had his script about corporate layoffs ready to go, the timing was less than ideal.

He’d been inspired by a brother-in-law who lost his job in the dot-bomb, but the economy got back on its feet pretty swiftly, and there didn’t seem to be an appetite for his movie, The Company Men. [Read More]

--Posted by Sara Clemence, RecessionWire.com

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