From Ericsson to Qualcomm to Microsoft: The top wireless job cuts of 2015

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Some companies in the mobile industry are still cutting jobs in the face of weak demand, especially with a slowing Chinese economy and a European market that is struggling to get back on its feet. The job cuts that have hit the industry this year reflect those macroeconomic challenges as well as the particular trials of individual companies as they revamp their strategies and cut costs as part of turnaround plans. Sister publication FierceWireless has compiled a list of the five largest job-cutting programmes in mobile in 2015 thus far. Report

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