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Lessons from the 2001 Downturn

Liz Benston, business writer, LV Sun
... on a newly released study that argues that casino companies panicked and fired too many workers in the massive Strip tourism slump that followed the 9-11 attacks and the lessons to be learned from that experience in light of our current economic downturn.

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