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US: Google’s Morotola buyout results in 1200 job cuts

 |  March 8, 2013

On the heels of Google’s controversial acquisition of Motorola’s Mobility unit last year, new reports are emerging that the merger will result in Google’s cut of about 10 percent of Motorola’s workforce, or about 1,200 jobs. Since Google’s acquisition of the company, developments have been frail according to reports; previous statements from Google CFO and SVP Patrick Pichette, made last week, announced that Motorola’s products were not yet up to Google’s standards. Additionally, Google is reported to be concerned over Samsung’s dominance concerning the Android software for cell phones.


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