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Posted: 8:24 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013
CRANBERRY, Pa. —
Westinghouse leaders announced the elimination of 660 jobs worldwide – and some of those cuts will be at their Cranberry headquarters.
Officials with the electric company said a global slowdown for nuclear power reactors is to blame.
A company spokesperson would not say how many positions could be cut locally. Westinghouse employs 6,000 people with nearly 4,300 of those stationed in Cranberry.
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