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Columnist's thesis: Collective opinion speaks volumes

By Jan Gardner
Globe Staff / June 6, 2004

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Twenty-one minutes after the crash of the space shuttle Challenger on Jan. 28, 1986, the stocks of the four major contractors that had worked on it were in trouble. Morton Thiokol's stock took the biggest tumble. At market close, it was down nearly 12 percent. The value of the other three companies was down only 3 percent. (Full Article: 704 Words)

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