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Western Digital Corp., the No. 3 computer disk-drive maker, said it will stop making drives used in high-end computers and fire most of the 420 workers in its Minnesota facility to focus on personal computers.
[...] We are exiting the enterprise hard-drive business because our share has been declining in a market that is getting increasingly competitive," Matt Massengill, president and chief executive, said in a statement.
Western Digital said it plans to concentrate on making special devices to meet companies' growing need to store data as they bring their businesses onto the Internet.