Economic indicators in the U.S. in mid-June—unemployment back to 8.2 percent, job growth numbers adjusted downward, manufacturing growth slowing, and gross domestic product projections down for 2012—all added up to pessimism about the speed and strength of the economic recovery in the U.S. Couple that with the upcoming presidential election and the continuing debt crisis in Europe, and you can see why uncertainty reigns in Corporate America. Except, perhaps, when it comes to ...

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