Microsoft to cut 11,000 jobs across departments, report

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Microsoft has plans to cut 11,000 jobs across departments, report
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Microsoft has plans to cut 11,000 jobs across departments, report

The lay-offs come at a time when Microsoft’s revenue is expected to decline

Microsoft is reportedly planning to eliminate thousands of roles across different departments as part of an effort to restructure its workforce. The lay-offs are expected to affect employees in ...

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