Mentor Eliminating 150 Positions From Ophthalmic Unit In Cost-Cutting Move
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryMentor Corporation plans to restructure its ophthalmic business by cutting 150 employees, approximately 25% of the division, in order to save a projected $5 mil. per year.
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