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|Tuesday, June 22, 2010|
IBM says it will create 600 jobs in Oregon, mostly in Beaverton, and invest $350,000 toward workforce training for these positions.
IBM will expand to produce new mortgage software, related to a recent purchase of Beaverton-based Wilshire Credit Corp..
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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