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#25 Nov 9, 2012
Here is a current list of companies who waited until the election was over for the following layoff announcements:

Smith & Nephew 700
Abbott Labs 700
Covidien 595
Kinetic Concepts 427
St Jude Medical 300
Hill Rom 200
Welch Allyn 275 over three yrs
Stryker 1170
Boston Scientific 1500
Medtronic 1500
Boeing 30% of management level
Beechcraft 470
Pepsi 4000
Bristol-Meyers 500
Groupon 80
Energizer Holdings 1500 or 10%
Vestas Wind Systems 3000 (plus, they got 50 mil from the 2009 Obama Stimulus Pkg)
Husquvarna 600
Ameridose 800
Pratt/Whitney 100

And this is just this week. There will be more. Many, many more.

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