Microsoft seems to be in the process of a pivot, shifting focus away from its platforms to general productivity, at least on the mobile side of things. And there is no shortage of opinions on this change.
The company has received the Global Randstad Award 2015, despite the challenging situations it had to face with the recent waves of layoffs pertaining to the Nokia acquisition. Google has, over the past few years, attained leading
Or what is actually termed as the final round. More depressing news, but we just had the latest round of Microsoft layoffs with the company releasing hundreds of employees across the globe. These are, of course, part
Everyone has a breaking point, I guess. Microsoft employees usually have an easygoing attitude with whatever top level changes the company goes through. Usually. But it appears that their feelings are mixed regarding the ongoing reorganization. Former
Some 3,000 more Microsoft employees have left the building today. Or rather, buildings. The company conducted its third round of job cuts as part of its reorganization process. This has been confirmed by regular Microsoft watcher, Mary
Satya Nadella made a bit of a faux pas, a gaffe of sorts when at the Grace Hopper Celebration where he spoke on the topic of gender pay gap and how big companies are working to close
Well, we have official confirmation, people. Microsoft has cut a total of 2,100 jobs today, as part of the previously announced layoff. Inevitable redundancies, as they call are called. Out of these, 747 were in the state
Redmond is on track to announce its second round of job cuts this week, on September 18 to be precise. These Microsoft layoffs are part of the gigantic cut of 18,000 that were made official this summer.
Pretty absurd move, if true. Microsoft is indulged in a few battles with the Chinese government, and things have escalated quickly in the past few months with local authorities. If the banning of Windows 8 and multiple
Well, a privileged position to be in, right? Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella shocked the world when he announced a few weeks back that a total of 18,000 people would be sent home. These are, easily, the biggest