layoffs - search results
If you're not happy with the results, please do another search
Microsoft 2017 layoffs will include 3,000 employees leaving from the sales and marketing business. The announcement comes as part of the company’s restructuring of sales towards the cloud.
A new report suggests Microsoft will this week announce significant job cuts from its global salesforce as part of a reorganizational push towards the cloud.
Microsoft News is continuing to push towards automated story picking and more MSN editorial staff members are leaving the company.
Microsoft has begun its now traditional yearly reorganization, this time with a focus on its sales and support businesses.
After the cancellation of its March event, SXSW has laid off approximately 58 employees, who didn't have advance warning of the news.
Microsoft Teams run an ad before the NFL Playoffs on Sunday and will also air in major European markets next month.
Mixer subs are now priced competitively with its rival, Twitch, but streamers will still get the same percentage.
Microsoft has managed to win over prolific Twitch streamer Shroud, who peaked at over 78,000 viewers on Mixer after his announcement.
Once the Windows 10 October 2018 Update is in the wild, Microsoft will apparently thin out the Windows team, although layoffs are unlikely.
Microsoft’s major corporate reshuffle continued today as the company disbanded the NeXT team and moved more departments under Experiences and Devices.
Annie Parker, the co-founder of muru-D, and former CEO of Lighthouse and Fishburner has been named Microsoft’s global head of startups.
Minor Microsoft Jobs cuts have been confirmed by the company, affecting executive positions from several global regions.
Snapchat Spectacles may have sold over 150,000 units, but a recent report suggests that hundreds of thousands more are sitting in warehouses in China. The information follows unrelated layoffs at the company.
Steven Spielberg remains the lead creative partner for the upcoming Halo TV show which is supposed to broadcast in the United States on Showtime.
Just weeks after cutting thousands of sales positions, Microsoft says it will cut 124 jobs from its Surface Hub plant in the U.S. However, the company says the device will continue to be made.
Microsoft has confirmed a restructure of its sales and marketing organization via internal memos to employees. There is yet to be an official mention of layoffs.
The Finnish Nokia division lost 3,350 jobs over the past two years, but thanks to Microsoft's Polku scheme almost half have found new employment.
The company will be providing predictions and schedules, through Bing and Cortana, Azure cloud streaming, and Outlook calendar additions.
The layoffs continue the company's aggressive restructuring of their mobile phone business and are expected to be completed by the 2017 fiscal year.
The team has been responsible for publishing technology and software guides for Microsoft since 1984 and offered technical aid to a wide range of users. The reason for the change has been cited once more as adapting business needs.
12Page 1 of 2