5 Reasons For Corporate Thanksgiving

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Who's Giving Thanks?

Some companies should be extra thankful this holiday season. Quite a few firms have managed to stay afloat when, at one point, it was looking like they were about to have their lights turned out for good.

And it's not just the obvious suspects who are back from the brink - like Citibanks and General Motors - there are also some other firms that have dodged some major bullets and have plenty to be thankful for.
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