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What will the Obama administration mean for businesses?

In January, a new skipper will assume the helm of the great ship that is the United States. President-elect Barack Obama will need to draw upon exceptional navigational skills to help steer this country through the choppy waters that we currently find ourselves in. We wish him well.

The business community has its share of questions, concerns and hopes regarding the young skipper’s route, his waypoints, the deck officers he will choose and more. The links below provide three perspectives from the business world on the future course.

Wall Street Journal

BusinessWeek

Bloomberg

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