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NCR Headquarters, 1,200 Jobs to Leave Ohio
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DAYTON, Ohio (AP) NCR Corp. says some of the roughly 1,250 workers at its corporate headquarters in Dayton will be offered transfers when the company moves the operation to Georgia.
The maker of ATMS and retail checkout scanners said Tuesday the new headquarters will be in Duluth, Ga.
NCR spokesman Richard Maton says the move will begin in July and be complete by the end of 2010. He says the company’s headquarters building in Dayton will be put up for sale.
Maton says NCR will continue to maintain an operation in Dayton that will include its data center and support for local customers.
He does not know how many employees that will involve nor how may employees will be offered transfers to the new headquarters.