Teradata headquarters at Austin Landing on Wednesday, June 6, 2018. TY GREENLEES / STAFF

Readers react to Teradata leaving Dayton: ‘The decision has been made’

Teradata announced on Wednesday that it is leaving the Dayton region for San Diego.

With its Miami Twp. Headquarters, the company will take around 267 jobs with it to the west coast. The move will cost the region one of its few publicly traded companies.

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Readers reacted on Twitter to the news with a variety of responses. Below are a number of tweets posted after the news of Teradata’s departure broke on Wednesday.

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