Seek out the bright side and get back to work

Maurer, Mickey
October 2001
Indianapolis Business Journal;10/1/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 29, p15A
Focuses on the economic impact of terrorist attacks on business communities in the United States. Reduction of employees in the airline industry; Difficulty in loan payments by bank customers; Proposal of a stimulus package for economic recovery.


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