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9/26/07

Lubbock Losing Of One Its Biggest Employers

Lubbock is losing one of its biggest employers -- The Parker Group.  

Early next year, the insurance company is expected to move its corporate headquarters to Dallas. The Parker Group has companies that employ about 400 people in Lubbock. We're told only a few of Parker's top managers would actually leave the city. 

The move reportedly stems from the city's ongoing dispute with its former health insurance provider, AAG.

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