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Short Take: Data General to cut 400 jobs

Data General said it plans to reduce its 5,100-employee worldwide workforce by about 400 people to strengthen the company's focus on providing storage and high-end, enterprise computing solutions. The company said it will incur a third-quarter charge of $125 million in connection with the layoff.

Data General said it plans to reduce its 5,100-employee worldwide workforce by about 400 people to strengthen the company's focus on providing storage and high-end, enterprise computing solutions. The company said it will incur a third-quarter charge of $125 million in connection with the layoff.