By Scott Malone BOSTON, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Could the corporate jet become the 2009 version of the $6,000 shower curtain? The gold-and-burgundy shower curtain that Tyco International Ltd bought for former Chief Executive Dennis Kozlowski became a symbol of corporate greed almost a decade ago, following the dot-com bust. Beyond the macroeconomic forces driving down sales of corporate jets -- companies are trying to cut costs and finance is drying up -- the private airplane also faces an ...
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