Microsoft reportedly laying off staff

Nicholas Fearn
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More cuts across the board at Microsoft, according to reports

American tech giant Microsoft is reportedly going through the process of laying off a small amount of staff in its corporate offices around the world. According to technology website Petri, the ...

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