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Layoffs held at Facebook Ad Outfit Spruce Media

By EmploymentCrossing  |  Dated: 01-21-2013

At least 20 employees from Spruce Media were laid off Monday; Spruce Media is the provider for Facebook. Apparently the company needed to layoffs workers due to financial problems steaming from $15 million dollars in debt by Square 1 Bank. The layoff was needed in order to realign its advertising goals.

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Layoffs At Facebook Ad Outfit Spruce Media

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