Social Network Path Sends 20 Percent of its Staff Walking

The company says it is hard at work on the next version of its mobile social service and that its business remains healthy.
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HTC Confirms Job Cuts at U.S. Operations

About 30 workers were cut as part of the action, a source tells AllThingsD.
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T-Mobile Planning Job Cuts Ahead of MetroPCS Deal Closure

T-Mobile isn’t officially confirming the timing or scope of the cuts, which are said to be imminent.
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Google Taking the Ax to Motorola, Cutting 20 Percent of Staff, or 4,000 Jobs

Two-thirds of the cuts will come outside the U.S., a source familiar with the situation told AllThingsD.
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Consumer Cellular to Lease Shuttered T-Mobile Call Center, Hire at Least 650 Workers

The small carrier plans to take over a Redmond, Ore., call center being vacated by T-Mobile as part of recent job cuts.
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FCC Fires Back at AT&T Over T-Mobile Job Cuts

The federal agency took umbrage at AT&T’s suggestion that T-Mobile’s plans to cut jobs prove that the country would have been better off had the two companies been allowed to combine.
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Nokia Completes Talks on Planned Job Cuts

Nokia Corp., the world’s largest handset maker by shipments, said Thursday it has completed negotiations with its labor unions over jobs cuts at its Salo plant in Finland. The cuts are part of a plan announced last month to cut about 4,000 jobs at smartphone manufacturing plants at Salo, Reynosa in Mexico and Komarom in Hungary, in a push to move device assembly closer to components suppliers in Asia.

Sprint Cuts a Small Number of Jobs as Part of Reorganization

The No. 3 U.S. carrier says it expects its overall workforce to remain at around 40,000 and notes it is still hiring in some areas.
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Nokia to Cut 4,000 Manufacturing Jobs as It Shifts Production Work

The Finnish cellphone maker plans to reduce the amount of work done at plants in Hungary, Mexico and Salo, Finland.
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Adobe Eliminates 750 Jobs in Restructuring

Adobe Systems said it will cut about 750 jobs in North America and Europe as part of corporate restructuring. The company said it expects to take a restructuring charge of between $87 million to $94 million. As a result of the move, the company said it expects earnings per share to be in the range 30 cents to 38 cents a share, lower than its previously guided range of 41 to 50 cents. Adobe shares fell more than 7 percent in after-hours trading.

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