Google makes 1,200 more job cuts at Motorola Mobility

Peter Gothard
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10 per cent of workforce culled in three countries

Google is to make 1,200 more job cuts - around 10 per cent of its workforce - at Motorola Mobility, the mobile phone maker it acquired for $12.5bn (£7.7bn) in a protracted deal completed in May 201...

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