Harlequin restructures

April 1999
Editor & Publisher;04/10/99, Vol. 132 Issue 15, p50
Trade Publication
Reports that output systems developer Harlequin of Cambridge, Massachusetts has restructured to concentrate on products and services for the digital printing and publishing markets. Reduction of workforce and closure of office in Menlo Park, California; Business specialization.


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