Epsilon Cuts Staff, Will Rebuild for Internet

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At least 60 staffers have been let go in an effort to reposition Epsilon, the database marketing firm partially owned by American Express, as a Net-based marketer.
Brought in to oversee the transformation was Corey Torrence, named CEO in November. Torrence, former president of consulting firm Logica, Lexington, Mass., was appointed by Epsilon’s board of directors to replace Bob Mohr, who remains board chairman.

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