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Original Article Share on Social More companies are willing to go outside the organization for their new CEOs, according to Challenger data. What does it mean for the economy? Via @WSJ https://t.co/OiD3RL43zR — ChallengerGray (@ChallengerGray) December 16, 2019
Original Article "A forecast from outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc. suggests that the creation of retail jobs, which have typically accounted for a quarter of teenage employment, won’t pick up until back-to-school shopping gains steam in late July."

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Original Article: http://www.wsj.com/articles/fear-of-losing-out-drives-deal-boom-1435361072 "Through May of this year, there have been about 8,800 announced merger-related job cuts, which translates to an annual pace of about 21,000, according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc., an outplacement-services and executive-coaching company. That is

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