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LOCAL ECONOMY

As workers stay away, business drops off

By Andrew Caffrey and Sasha Talcott
Globe Staff / July 27, 2004

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Offices in downtown Boston had a quiet holiday atmosphere yesterday, as employees worked from home, relocated to suburban outposts, or just plain hit the road for vacation to avoid any hassle of the Democratic National Convention. (Full Article: 630 Words)

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