is planning to slash an additional 35 jobs at its Owings Mills, Maryland facility, Baltimore Business Journal's
. Baltimore-headquartered Legg Mason last year announced plans
to close its Owings Mills offices by 2012 when the lease is up.
Legg Mason yesterday informed the state of Maryland of the additional cuts. The job cuts will take place between October and January, according to the report.
Back in May of last year, Legg Mason announced plans to cut 350 jobs, including 250 through closing its Owings Mills facility.
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