Google cuts 1,200 jobs at Motorola
8 March 2013
Google is to make 1,200 more job cuts - around 10% of its workforce - at Motorola Mobility, the mobile phone maker it acquired for $12.5bn (£7.7bn) in 2012.
The job cuts are part of a wider plan to try to bring the loss-making company back to profitability.
The cuts follow 4,000 job losses announced back in August 2012, as Google sought to downsize Motorola Mobility's operations with the layoffs are expected to affect the US, China and India.
Motorola Mobility lost a reported $100m (£66.5m) during Q4 of 2012.
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