MOUNTAIN VIEW — Symantec is cutting scores of jobs in the Bay Area, including in Silicon Valley, the tech titan revealed in official filings with state labor officials.

The company had warned that job cuts could be on the horizon, but new state government filings obtained Thursday by this news organization provide some details about the staffing reductions.

Mountain View-based Symantec indicated in separate disclosures with the state Employment Development Department that it had decided to eliminate 177 jobs in the Bay Area starting in mid-August, with the vast majority of the reductions scheduled to be completed by Oct. 15.

“As part of our plan we developed over the last couple of months, we have announced a $100 million restructuring program aimed at improving productivity

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