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Rival company to buy Watertown employer Stream Global Services

Reuters is reporting the call center Stream in Watertown will change hands when its parent company is bought by a rival. It's not clear what effect that might have on the 700 people who work there.

Don Alexander, head of the Jefferson County Industrial Development Agency, says Stream's significance to the area's economy can't be overstated. The company has been a good employer, he says.  Go to full article

Watertown Call Center to Hire 500 Workers

Three years after it opened, a Watertown call center is reaching and plans to exceed its original hiring goals. Stream New York says it will hire about 500 people to provide customer service for technology and health care companies, including Sirius satellite radio. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Stream Boosts Downtown Watertown

The decision of Stream International to build a high-tech customer service center in the heart of Watertown gives new life to economic development propects downtown. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Stream To Bring 700 Jobs To Watertown

Stream International has committed to opening a high-tech customer support center in Watertown. David Sommerstein reports the Massachusetts based company will invest $8 million and create 700 new jobs.  Go to full article

Stream Update

Watertown and Jefferson County officials are making preparations for Stream International's customer service center in hopes the company will decide to locate in the city. David Sommerstein has the latest...  Go to full article

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