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Job cuts hit Tech Park as MapInfo plans layoffs

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The economy’s woes are spilling over into the software sector, prompting Pitney Bowes MapInfo to lay off 128 full-time workers worldwide. The North Greenbush demographic map software company announced the layoffs Monday. Approximately 10 percent of the cuts will be at MapInfo’s headquarters in the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Technology Park. The layoffs, which began immediately but will extend over several months, came two years after the Stamford, Conn.-based Pitney Bowes acquired MapInfo for $408 million. ...


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