NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Saying that it does not believe its Chemical and Applied Markets division can achieve "acceptable financial performance" in the next two years, Bruker today said that it plans to sell and/or restructure certain parts of the CAM business, resulting in an expected 200 to 250 layoffs.

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