Gateway Dismisses Top Marketer, Closes Stores

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LOS ANGELES Gateway said it is eliminating several senior-level positions in the wake of its acquisition of PC maker eMachines, including that of its executive vice president of consumer marketing, T. Scott Edwards.

The Poway, Calif., computer maker said it is also planning to close its 188 company-operated stores on April 9, resulting in the elimination of approximately 2,500 retail positions.

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