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IBM trims R&D staffing levels in Hudson Valley

31 July 2007 | By Mark Osborne | Recruitment News

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According to various regional newspaper reports, IBM has trimmed about 450 jobs in North America, mainly related to semiconductor R&D and manufacturing with approximately 90 jobs gone at Essex Junction fab facilities.

The job losses are part of a recent reorganization of R&D functions to better align with manufacturing requirements, the reports said.

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