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November 13, 2006 1:48 PM
Posted by Kim Peterson
NBC Universal made the first round of cuts in its broad plan to cut 700 jobs. Last month, when the cuts were announced, the company said the impact to the Redmond-based MSNBC.com would be minimal, and it looks like that's the case for now.
At least 17 employees at "Dateline NBC" lost their jobs, Broadcasting & Cable reports, with most of the cuts in New York and some in Chicago and Washington D.C. Other employees have taken a voluntary buyout package.
(Toyota) Toyota studies posture Toyota has added a new muscle model to its virtual-crash software, which allows the automaker to simulate changes in h...
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