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What's next for Diebold?
Green headquarters project is off and third quarter numbers are down. But what does all that mean, and where is one of the region's leading corporations headed?
by WKSU's TIM RUDELL


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Diebold CEO Tom Swidarski in 2011 announcing plans for a new corporate headquarters, which would remain in Northeast Ohio
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Diebold, long a mainstay of Northeast Ohio manufacturing, raised questions this week when it announced all at once that it had a bad quarter, will lay off workers, AND is dropping plans to build a 100-million dollar global headquarters in Green. WKSU’s Tim Rudell talked with an international business analyst who follows the 153-year-old company about its fate and future.

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