* Companies try to address recession fears in ad campaigns * Some offer refunds for people losing their jobs * Tough times bring opportunities, but sensitivity required * NBA team shares jobless fans' resumes with sponsors By Ben Klayman and Paul Thomasch CHICAGO/NEW YORK, Feb 25 (Reuters) - When Hyundai Motor Co launched a new U.S. incentive program allowing buyers who lost their jobs to return just-purchased new cars, Rick Case was blown away by the consumer response. Case, who ...
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