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www.EmploymentCrossing.com Global finance is melting down, and Playboy magazine wants to help. They have launched a search for women of Wall Street who will agree to pose nude in the 55-year-old magazine. The “Women of Wall Street” feature is planned for the February 2009 edition of the monthly magazine and its website. "When the news gets bad, then maybe that's a chance to make people smile by coming up with something that puts a different twist on it," said Gary Cole, Playboy's photo editor. Playboy and Playboy.com frequently run specials such as "Girls of Olive Garden" and "Women of Home Depot," but in the past it has garnered attention for big business news themes. It published "Women of Enron" and "Women of WorldCom" after the companies' spectacular failures. The magazine ran a "Women of Wall Street" feature nearly 20 years ago. Playboy is seeking current and former employees of the financial world, and is especially interested in those with more senior job experience. "It would be more interesting to have someone who's a financial analyst," said Cole.