Boston's Beth Israel lays off 70 employees
Boston-based Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, which earlier this year said it might lay off 600 workers because of a projected operating loss of up to $20 million, has shed about 70 employees in a round of job cuts. The layoffs took place last month, but about 100 early retirements that are helping to offset the number of layoffs needed are continuing through this week, said spokesman Jerry Berger.
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