Finding ways to adapt to the current economic environment is Topic A on the minds of top industry executives as they contemplate their prospects for 2003. While some executives told SN they expect the economy to undergo a gradual recovery beginning at mid-year, others aren't so sure -- and all expressed concerns about dealing with the more immediate challenges until a recovery kicks in. They also expressed concerns about employee recruitment and training, the proliferation of channel ...

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