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If you look at the history, Corning's last layoff was2002 and before that was a couple decades. That does not include contracted workers. I don't work there now, but did and they do go out of their way to avoid layoffs. Business is business and that's what you have to look at. If nobody's buying you can't afford to stay in business without making cuts. Get the whole picture before making generalizations.


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