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Fair Isaac trims its Twin Cities workforce

Minneapolis-based Fair Isaac Corp. has eliminated 31 positions in the Twin Cities. The Pioneer Press reports the company is shifting "resources to activity that will yield the greatest profitability and growth." Fair Isaac calculates and sells FICO scores to gauge consumer and borrower credit-worthiness.
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Minneapolis-based Fair Isaac Corp. has eliminated 31 positions in the Twin Cities. The Pioneer Press reports the company is shifting "resources to activity that will yield the greatest profitability and growth." Fair Isaac calculates and sells FICO scores to gauge consumer and borrower credit-worthiness.

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