By Ben Klayman CHICAGO, Oct 30 (Reuters) - U.S. economic growth may have sizzled in the third quarter, but unimpressed corporate executives said on Thursday that job growth and long-term business investment are still lagging. "We're going to wait until I have orders in hand," said John Kispert, chief financial officer of KLA-Tencor Corp. , a top manufacturer of equipment used in microchip production, in regards to hiring more workers and making new investment. "I'm not going to react ...
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