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March 22, 2001 | KIM MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They tried to put the best face on it. Boeing isn't really leaving, said the city that's been joined at the hip with the aerospace giant, almost since Boeing was a company and Seattle was a city. Boeing is repositioning, city officials said. It's moving its corporate offices somewhere else, but 80,000 Boeing manufacturing jobs will stay. "That's reason for people to stay calm," Mayor Paul Schell advised. Schell, meanwhile, looked like he had been kicked in the stomach.
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March 22, 2001 | KIM MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They tried to put the best face on it. Boeing isn't really leaving, said the city that's been joined at the hip with the aerospace giant, almost since Boeing was a company and Seattle was a city. Boeing is repositioning, city officials said. It's moving its corporate offices somewhere else, but 80,000 Boeing manufacturing jobs will stay. "That's reason for people to stay calm," Mayor Paul Schell advised. Schell, meanwhile, looked like he had been kicked in the stomach.
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BUSINESS
January 12, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Nintendo to Lay Off 136 U.S. Workers: Nintendo of America, a unit of Japan's Nintendo Corp., said the layoffs will occur in the Seattle area as some manufacturing jobs are moved to Mexico. The workers received notice this week that they will be laid off in March. As a result of the job cuts, Nintendo's U.S. work force of about 1,300 people will be reduced by 10%. Redmond, Wash.
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March 22, 2001 | PETER PAE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a stunning blow to its hometown, Boeing Co. said Wednesday that it will move its corporate headquarters out of Seattle, where the company had grown from a fledgling wooden airplane maker to the world's largest aerospace concern. After 85 years in which the city and the company had become synonymous, Boeing executives said they have begun looking at Chicago, Denver or the Dallas-Fort Worth area as home for its headquarters.
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March 22, 2001 | PETER PAE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a stunning blow to its hometown, Boeing Co. said Wednesday that it will move its corporate headquarters out of Seattle, where the company had grown from a fledgling wooden airplane maker to the world's largest aerospace concern. After 85 years in which the city and the company had become synonymous, Boeing executives said they have begun looking at Chicago, Denver or the Dallas-Fort Worth area as home for its headquarters.
BUSINESS
January 12, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Nintendo to Lay Off 136 U.S. Workers: Nintendo of America, a unit of Japan's Nintendo Corp., said the layoffs will occur in the Seattle area as some manufacturing jobs are moved to Mexico. The workers received notice this week that they will be laid off in March. As a result of the job cuts, Nintendo's U.S. work force of about 1,300 people will be reduced by 10%. Redmond, Wash.
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