Sensata Cuts 150 Workers

Sensata Technologies, a maker sensors and switches based in The Netherlands, has cut 150 jobs though layoffs and buyouts, with most of the reductions coming at the firm’s Attleboro, MA, operation, the Attleboro Sun Chronicle newspaper reports. The company revealed this week that its fourth-quarter revenue of $267.6 million was down 28.2 percent from the same period in 2007. Sensata, owned by Bain Capital, is a former unit of Texas Instruments and became an independent firm in 2006, according to its website.

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