Future of Monsanto s Genomics Collaborations Hazy After Restructuring Claims 700 Jobs | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 4 - A broad restructuring undertaken at Monsanto today has put a question mark over the future of its many collaborations with genomics and bioinformatics tools and technology companies.

Monsanto said today that its restructuring, which will cost as much as $124 million, would slash about 5 percent of its staff around the world, or between 600 and 700 of its 14,600 employees.

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