FRAMINGHAM (09/26/2003) - IBM Corp. said it's laying off about 380 U.S. workers in its software division in an effort to eliminate overlapping jobs and increase the unit's efficiency. The cuts, which are due to be completed within 30 days, will reduce the software division's workforce by 1 percent. Customer-facing jobs won't be affected, IBM said, noting that the layoffs will mostly affect marketing and administrative positions.
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