Microsoft slashing 5K jobs

Microsoft announced it will make the most significant job cuts in the company's 34-year history after releasing dismal second quarter financial results. The software giant plans to eliminate up to 5,000 jobs--about 5.5 percent of its workforce--over the next 18 months after net income dropped to $4.17 billion, 11 percent off year-ago totals. Read more at FierceMobileContent...

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