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TSYS cutting jobs, offering severance as part of restructuring

Columbus-based credit-card processor has said restructuring should be completed by end of September, with a severance expense of $5 million to $7 million. “TSYS 20/20” effort is aimed at finding “maximum efficiencies” for the company moving forward, CEO says. Cuts come with TSYS absorbing its $2.35 billion purchase of merchant specialty firm TransFirst.

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An in-school restaurant offers high schoolers real business experience

Students at Central High School have a chance to take orders, cook and serve at the Brick Bistro, an in-school restaurant that opens to the public. The restaurant had this year’s private opening on Friday, Sep. 2. Students chefs say they feel the pressure cooking under a deadline, but enjoy the challenge.
Ang Li ali@ledger-enquirer.com
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