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Warner Brothers to cut 800 employees

Despite the success of blockbuster The Dark Knight, Warner Brothers Entertainment is planning to cut 800 employees, mostly in the information technology and support services sectors. The cost reduction move is said to be linked to the downtrodden economy.
January 21, 2009

Despite the success of blockbuster The Dark Knight, Warner Brothers Entertainment is planning to cut 800 employees, mostly in the information technology and support services sectors. The cost reduction move is said to be linked to the downtrodden economy.

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