Jul 6, 2017
Microsoft plans cuts in reorganisation
Microsoft is reportedly cutting up to 3,000 staff globally as it focuses on the competitive cloud computing sector. Microsoft would only confirm that "Thousands" would be affected by the cuts. This year's cuts could affect as many as 3,000 people, according to CNBC. It said about three quarters of the layoffs will be outside the US. Microsoft said it had notified some employees that their positions will be "Eliminated". Chief executive Satya Nadella has been focusing on the firm's cloud unit, which has been a source of strength for the Microsoft. Microsoft is still lagging behind Amazon Web Services in the sector.
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