The Learning Co. lays off 500 from Broderbund in an effort to streamline operations and reduce

September 1998
Electronic Education Report;09/30/98, Vol. 5 Issue 18, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that Learning Co. has laid off about 500 workers from Broderbund Software. Streamlining of operations and reduction of expenses; Cuts from the manufacturing staff; Expected savings from the layoff.


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