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Motorola Mobility is poised to lose 20% of its workforce and close down roughly one third of its worldwide offices. Google Inc., Motorola's parent company, revealed this in a filing in which it submitted to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
According to a report by The Globe and Mail, Rogers Communications Inc. has released roughly 375 workers from its Wireless and Cable divisions, in an effort to cut costs. These individuals will be offered severance packages.
American Airlines (AA) flight attendants will soon be armed with first-generation Samsung Galaxy Notes, as the airline says that it plans to order roughly 17,000 units for in-flight use.
The Nikkei business daily is reporting that Sharp Corp may cut thousands of jobs and sell off its office buildings in Tokyo, as the company is expected to post a net loss of roughly US$1.28 billion for the April-June quarter.
ST-Ericsson, which develops and delivers mobile platform and wireless semiconductor systems, has officially revealed that it will be launching a cost savings plan in order to achieve roughly $120 million of annualized savings by the end of 2012.