Incyte Sacks 37 Percent of Staff as Focus Sharpens on Drug Discovery | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Nov. 12 - Incyte Genomics will lay off 259 people, or around 37 percent of its staff, as it embarks on a restructuring program it hopes will shed $88 million in annual costs, the company said today.


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