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Topic - Paco Santos
A job layoff turned lucky for one Spanish businessman, who used his down time from work to invent a new form of investing that taps into the nation's mood toward banks: A locked unit that's built into a bed mattress.
And they've already sold quite a few, Mr. Santos, 57, said in Time.
"I had a hunch that this new product would sell," said Paco Santos, who worked at the nation's largest mattress manufacturing company, until he was let go three years ago, Time reported, "You see, we've got a big economic problem in Spain and people have really lost confidence in the banks."