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Short Take: Open Market furloughs 65

E-commerce software vendor Open Market has laid off 65 of its 480 employees, fewer than the 100 that the company had anticipated last week. The layoffs come after the company's weak third-quarter earnings report. The company also indicated it will unveil new publishing software next month.

CNET News staff
E-commerce software vendor has laid off 65 of its 480 employees, fewer than the 100 that the company had anticipated last week. The layoffs come after the company's weak third-quarter earnings report. The company also indicated it will unveil new publishing software next month.