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Railroad taxi company moving 62 jobs from Bismarck to Dallas

(The Associated Press circulated the following on March 10, 2010.)

BISMARCK, N.D. A company that operates a taxi service and a crew transportation service for railroad workers is moving 62 positions from Bismarck to its Dallas headquarters.

Gary Schumacher, head of the Bismarck Coach America operation, says the transfer is the result of consolidation within the company.

The Bismarck office employs about 150 people and manages operations in 12 states. The dispatching and accounting departments will be moved to Dallas by the end of May. Coach America says Bismarck workers can apply for the positions in Texas.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

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