(Repeats to additional subscribers) By Scott Malone BOSTON, June 23 (Reuters) - Google Inc's famous employee perks -- from providing "nap pods" for a quick break during the day to allowing engineers to spend 20 percent of their work time on side projects that may spark new ideas -- have given the Internet leader the best reputation in corporate America, according to a study released on Monday. On the other hand, the U.S. airline industry, which has cut employee pay while raising prices ...
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