Rackspace is about to lay off ten per cent of its workforce

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Rackspace is about to lay off ten per cent of its workforce
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Rackspace is about to lay off ten per cent of its workforce

Most roles will go overseas where wages are lower

Rackspace has revealed plans to literally decimate its workforce, cutting headcount by 10 per cent. In a stock filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the company states that it...

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