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following the news, Intel is planning to lay off 4,000 people within the
next 5 months, and headcount has been frozen for almost a year. I have been
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Donn Le Vie, Jr.
Technical Publications Project Manager
Technical Communications Council Manager
Personal Client Architecture Components Group
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