Report: Out of work in wireless

With Texas Instruments' decision to lay off 3,400 workers coming on the heels of Sprint Nextel's plan to cut 8,000 jobs, Microsoft's first major round of layoffs (5,000 in all) and Motorola's recent decision to cut 4,000 more jobs, the headlines in the wireless industry have grown increasingly grim. FierceWireless is beginning an ongoing feature to measure the impact of the job losses across the breadth of the wireless industry. Special Report

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