Bruker CEO Promises Even More Cost Cutting to Come Before End of the Year | GenomeWeb

September’s cost-cutting efforts at Bruker Bioscience, which included the layoff of 60 of its 1,200 employees and other restructuring moves expected to save $6 million a year, were apparently not enough, CEO Frank Laukien said last week in the company’s quarterly conference call with analysts and investors.

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