EDS has announced plans to lay off 5,200 workers, in restructuring designed to increase margins by 10% and cut costs by $1 billion (#617 million).
The company recently said its revenue was up 10% from last year, but profit dropped 14%. The company will also consolidate its Ecommerce services into one division called E-Business Solutions. UK representatives were unavailable for comment.
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