Rovio Angry Birds cut 130 staff
3 Oct 2014
Following reports that its profits had more than halved in 2013, Rovio the company behind the Angry Birds franchise, is to lay off 130 members of staff.
Mikael Hed, Chief Executive for the Finnish computer game developer, Rovio, has said the job cuts will happen "sooner rather than later".
Hed reported: "We have been building our team on assumptions of faster growth than have materialised”.
The animated movie is still expected to premiere in cinemas in the summer of 2016.
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