US: Timberland lays off workers amid structural changes
By Katie Smith | 22 May 2012
Outdoor and action sports wear brand Timberland has confirmed to just-style that an unspecified number of employees have been laid off at its Stratham site amid ongoing changes to its organisational structure.
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