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Microsoft’s New Windows Strategy Is Full Of Potential, But It Could Easily Backfire Microsoft’s New Windows Strategy Is Full Of Potential, But It Could Easily Backfire

For a while now, it’s been rumored that Microsoft was planning a massive internal restructuring that would turn it into a devices and services company. What that means is that Microsoft would be more like Apple in that it creates …

Microsoft Restructuring Plan Could be Unveiled on Thursday Microsoft Restructuring Plan Could be Unveiled on Thursday

Earlier this month, Microsoft’s Don Mattrick, president of the Xbox division, left the company to become the CEO of struggling mobile game developer Zynga. The move was quite sudden, with Microsoft left leaving CEO Steve Ballmer in charge of this …

Hewlett-Packard to Cut 2,000 More Jobs Than Previously Stated Hewlett-Packard to Cut 2,000 More Jobs Than Previously Stated

Hewlett-Packard (HP) announced today that it would cut 2,000 more jobs than it originally reported back in May. This brings the total planned layoffs up to 29,000 by the end of fiscal year 2014. According to a Bloomberg report, a …

Google Axes Motorola Mobility Branch In Israel Google Axes Motorola Mobility Branch In Israel

Google announced last week via SEC form 8K that it would be eliminating 4,000 jobs from the recently acquired Motorola Mobility, and close a third (about 30) of its facilities. “These changes are designed to return Motorola‚Äôs mobile devices unit …

HP to Report Quarterly Loss of Over $8 billion HP to Report Quarterly Loss of Over $8 billion

HP hinted today that it expects to report the third quarter of 2012 as its largest-ever quarterly loss. The losses, which total more than $8 billion, are the affect of a restructuring program and a services goodwill impairment charge of …

RIM Trims the Fat with Substantial Job Cuts as they Struggle to Stay in Business RIM Trims the Fat with Substantial Job Cuts as they Struggle to Stay in Business

Research in Motion (RIM) has been struggling for awhile, and has definitely lost its foothold in the marketplace giving way to increasingly popular iOS and Android devices. While their BlackBerry line was once considered an enterprise communication standard, they are …