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Companies try to get a jump on swine flu

By Katie Johnston Chase
Globe Staff / October 15, 2009

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The Massachusetts Port Authority is training extra workers to operate the 68-foot-long snowplows that clear the runways in case the regular drivers come down with swine flu. The law firm Foley Hoag gave each of its employees a kit with hand sanitizer, tissues, and telephone disinfectant pads. And HarborOne Credit Union has gone so far as to cancel its annual ... (Full article: 944 words)

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