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January 26, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

The consensus is that 1989 is going to be a tough year for the smaller manufacturers of Intel-based personal computers, and two more, TeleVideo Systems Inc and AST Research Inc are cutting their workforces. Televideo is laying off more than 60 people in manufacturing operations and at its headquarters to cut expenses and return the company to profitability. With previous cuts and attrition, TeleVideo’s US workforce is now down by more than a third on the figure at November 1.

At AST Research in Irvine, the company says it is cutting its workforce by 6%, implying that 120 or so will go, from all parts of the company, by the end of the month.

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