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The social and mobile game developer is no more.
Closures are part of Zynga's strategy to contain costs using "guard rails."
Layoffs are the hot new thing, and EA gets in on the trend.
Another 1,100 jobs are at stake.
Employees fired by British entertainment retailer HMV decided to get even today by broadcasting their "mass execution" on the company's official Twitter account, which has almost 64,000 followers.
Mike Mayzel, StumbleUpon's director of communications, said the layoffs were not the initial stages of a death spiral.
Social curation and photo-sharing site Lockerz has closed its San Diego office and laid off about 30 percent of staff at its Seattle headquarters.
The core games slowdown may also have affected Machinima.
Atlanta-based WebMD, the primary source of medical information on the Web, will cut 250 jobs in the coming month as part of an ongoing effort to save $45 million per year.
LivingSocial, once the promising number two deals company behind Groupon, confirmed today that it has laid off 400 workers, or around 10 percent of its global workforce.
There's a right way and a wrong way to announce layoffs. Sadly, too many tech companies take an insensitive and shortsighted approach that shows just how out of touch they are with the rest of the world.
Reality check: After two acquisitions of companies in a similar space, layoffs are a matter of course.
AMD's CEO Rory Read explains layoffs and the weak PC market.
Rumors are traveling through the Twittersphere and on Facebook that the Emeryville, Calif.-based game studio owned by Foundation 9 Entertainment has been closed -- the latest victim of a slowdown in the core video game business -- or is laying off workers.
Printer manufacturer Lexmark is in trouble today, announcing it is letting go of 1,700 workers and is killing off its struggling inkjet printer business.
Aiming to save cash and streamline its operations, Sony is moving its recently-created Sony Mobile division to Japan.
While startups scramble to hire the best engineers, tech workers at many companies this year have received the dreaded — and perhaps unexpected — pink slip.
Survey results show that layoffs at tech companies in the first half of 2012 …
Finnish phone manufacturer Nokia will cut around 10,000 jobs by the end of 2013 in a wide-ranging cost reduction measure, the company announced today.
Nokia is in a precarious position now as it tries to offer a smartphone lineup of …
No. 3 PC maker Dell plans to cut more than $2 billion in spending during the next three years as it seeks to focus on making data-center equipment, Bloomberg reports.
The company intends to trim costs by cutting down its …