How Not to Make the Recession, or Depression, Worse

November 2008
BusinessWest;11/24/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 14, p12
The author reflects on several ways of not to worsen the ongoing recession and prepare for the year ahead. He provides an overview of the market condition including the high sales, the move of the Boston Globe to publish a business guideline entitled "Economic Survival Guide," and the increasing use of the word depression in economic terms. He further relates that there is a need for industry leaders to create well-thought strategies that can put up resources that can be used for the best.


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