The software king of the world, including parts of the moon and the rings of Uranus, is about to tell thousands of its Volish staff to clean out their desks and collect their pink slips.
No longer seeing growth in certain units
Since the first half of 2016, Asustek Computer has experienced a rapid decline of sales in its tablet businesses, while Gigabyte has not seen much profitability from its PC accessories unit.
DRAM prices continue to fall
Micron is going to tell its staff "thanks for the memory" and tell them to clear off, after an initial wave of restructuring failed to do the job.
Cloud not making up for the loss of PC business
Hard-disk drive maker Seagate Technology is cutting more than 1,600 jobs, or three percent of its workforce, as the company looks to cut costs as interest in PCs continues to shrink.
Reduce dependence on PCs
Intel has decided that there is no point waiting for the PC to return and is decimating its staff and getting into something else more lucrative – cloud computing and the Internet of thing.
Hardware and Cloud
Acer has divided its businesses into two group – one for IT hardware products and the other for cloud services, smart devices and e-businesses.
Spliting into three major segments
Acer plans to implement a corporate restructuring project and divide its business into three major segments – PC, cloud and data center management, and re-investment businesses.
Ten percent to be fired
Troubled search engine Yahoo is following the Ancient Roman practice of decimating its legions for poor performance.
If your executives get done for fraud it is nice to have government help
The Japanese governmet has stepped in to help Toshiba rebuild its home electronics division and other operations by facilitating tie-ups with Sharp and others.