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International Game Technology says work force reductions will cost the company up to $21 million in one-time charges during the first quarter of the fiscal year.
The estimate was made Wednesday in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Reno-based IGT, the world's largest maker of slot machines and casino management systems, last week said about 500 employees, roughly 8 percent of its global work force, was offered either early retirement or severance packages.
The expense of those buyouts will range from $16 million to $21 million for the quarter ending Dec. 30, the company said.
IGT shares Wednesday hit a new 52-week low, falling to $9.24, down 80 cents or nearly 8 percent, in midday trading.