Qualcomm to slash 4,500 jobs and ponders splitting business

Dan Worth
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Firm facing tough times as smartphone demand slows

Troubled chip firm Qualcomm has announced plans to cut 4,500 jobs from its global workforce and is considering splitting the business into smaller units. The planned job cuts will come from the Qualcomm...

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