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Downtown Fort Worth to lose 300 workers

 


Thomson Reuters will soon move approximately 300 employees from Fort Worth office to Thomson Reuters ’ recently refurbished and expanded headquarters in Carrollton or, in some cases, to home offices.
Thomson Reuters’ Fort Worth offices are located at 801 Cherry St. in the Burnett Plaza building.


The employees include editorial personnel, software developers, and sales and customer support staff for Thomson Reuters’ Tax & Accounting business.
The recently renovated its 400,000 square-foot campus in Carrollton is headquarters for the company’s Tax & Accounting business. This facility can now accommodate 1,200 employees and could add office space for an additional 700, if needed.
According to a notice filed with the state of Texas under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, 62 workers were eligible for severance packages. If they decide not to relocate, they will be terminated as of April 30, 2014.
 

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