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With layoffs, room for creativity

Firms find uses for vacant spaces

Leslie Saul & Associates shares a space, divided by a wall, with Sakae Institute, a Japanese study-abroad institute. Leslie Saul & Associates shares a space, divided by a wall, with Sakae Institute, a Japanese study-abroad institute. (Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff)
By Katie Johnston Chase
Globe Staff / August 13, 2010

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It’s happening in offices across the country. Employees leave, and their vacant cubicles remain. (Full article: 871 words)

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