By  on October 7, 2008

With the American economy in a continued downward spiral and foreign markets ailing, companies are anxiously making moves in the hopes of offsetting what many expect to be trying months ahead.

President Bush warned Monday that “it’s going to take a while” for the financial bailout to take hold. Last week Warren Buffet pegged the economy’s turnaround time somewhere between six months and two years, with five years being the worst-case scenario if “we don’t do what we need to do.”

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