100 Face Layoff in Aldus Restructuring: Computer software maker Aldus Corp., plagued by falling revenue, is restructuring its U.S. operations and laying off 11% of its staff, about 100 employees. The restructuring follows "economic and competitive pressures that continue to have a negative impact on our business," said President Paul Brainerd. The company posted a second-quarter loss of $900,000, or 6 cents a share, on revenue of $38.9 million. Analysts had projected earnings of 14 cents a share. The company said the layoffs will be in its Seattle headquarters, its San Diego consumer division, its development center in Dallas and in its U.S. field sales offices.