Is it just my imagination or does MSFT seem to doing ok without them, and wont they come mostly from the Nokia side ?"On Monday, Bloomberg reported that Microsoft could be eyeing its largest round of layoffs in five years. Citing people with knowledge of Microsoft's plans, Bloomberg said that job cuts could surpass the 5,800 positions slashed in 2009. The layoffs would likely impact jobs in the Nokia unit that duplicate ones at Microsoft, as well as those in marketing and engineering."James
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