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Bristol-Myers Squibb Plans 4,300 Job Cuts, Shutdown of Manufacturing Plants
Bristol-Myers Squibb will shut down more than half its 38 manufacturing plants and cut 4,300 jobs, representing 10 percent of its 43,000-person global workforce, under a cost-cutting plan announced Dec. 5.

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