Brunswick restructure leads to 100 layoffs, Mercury to initiate “temporary work stoppage”

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Brunswick Corporation’s completed sale of the Life Fitness division has led to job cuts, while adding $490 million to the company’s acquisition coffers.  At the same time its Mercury Marine division is beginning a “temporary stoppage” of some production lines.

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