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3 Responses to “Detroit Word Cloud”

  1. Lynn says:

    I noticed when the Chrylser CEO spoke the word ‘dip’ came up a lot. Who was he referring to? :-)

  2. Imelda Blahnik says:

    DIP – debtor-in-possession financing, maybe? As in a special form of financing for firms in Chapter 11.

  3. Imelda Blahnik says:

    Okay, just noticed the smiley at the end of your post. D’oh. Very funny.