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NBA Confirms It Has Cut 114 Jobs, Closed Paris And Tokyo Offices
Published July 15, 2011
The cuts are across all areas of the NBA’s business, but not all department had layoffs. The league has also shut its Tokyo and Paris offices and shuttered a studio at its Secaucus, N.J., offices. The NBA last had a layoff in '08 when the league office cut about 80 jobs.