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Intune changes set to cost 40 jobs

Intune Networks, the technology firm that has raised has raised more than €40 million from investors, plans to lay off nearly a third of its staff in a restructuring process that will also see its chief executive, Tim Fritzley, step down.

27th August, 2011

Intune Networks, the technology firm that has raised has raised more than €40 million from investors, plans to lay off nearly a third of its staff in a restructuring process that will also see its chief executive, Tim Fritzley, step down.

The company wants to make 40 of its 150 employees redundant and has begun a consultation process with staff. It is anticipated that 20 of the job losses will come in Dublin, where the...

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