Executives and company leaders are somewhat optimistic that the U.S. economy will rebound in 2009, according to the latest in a yearly series of surveys on corporate issues from The Ken Blanchard Cos. On the heels of the 2008 disaster that has crippled economies across the globe, more than 70% of those surveyed expected the U.S. economy to begin its recovery sometime this year. Only a quarter of the respondents thought the downturn would continue unabated into 2010.

The 2009 results represent responses from more than 1,700 executives, line managers, and training and human resource leaders from a range of companies, industries and countries.

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