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Chip giant Intel is looking for staff to populate its Fab-6 plant in Hudson, MA, which it acquired from DEC as part of a deal with the Federal Trade Commission. Last summer, 600 individuals lost their jobs at the plant after Intel moved to cut costs, using strong arm tactics and pink slips. The company is looking for StrongARM engineers to line the bays. Many of the DEC staff walked rather than continue to work for Intel, an insider reports. But now Intel wants to fill up the place, or so it would seem from this Intel Web site, which lists the kind of StrongARM people it would like. ® See also Intel finally embraces StrongARM

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