BostonCoach's decision to eliminate 45 call center staff positions comes at a time when many industry companies become deeply concerned about economic trends impacting their bottom lines. As the article reads: "But it also comes at a time of growing financial pressure on the limousine industry, both because of falling demand from corporate customers tied to a slowing economy, and rising fuel costs that are increasing expenses." Click here to read the Boston Globe article.
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