Is there a business reason for striving for pure CSS layout?

It seems like every time I try to create a pure CSS layout it takes me much longer than if I'd use a table or two. Getting three columns to be equal lengths with different amounts of data seems to require particular fancy hacks, especially when dealing with cross-browser issues. My Question: Who are these few tables going to hurt? Tables seem to work particularly well on tabular data — why are they so reviled in this day and age? Google.com has a table in its source code, so do many other sites (*stackoverflow.com does not by the way*).
Stackoverflow does have tables in certain part (as of December 2008) like the user page.

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