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The wireless carrier has shuttered call centers in Texas, New Mexico, Virginia, and Tennessee.
The 'bloodbath' affected both senior and junior employees.
The company said the restructuring would affect its orthopaedics, surgery and cardiovascular businesses within the larger medical devices unit.
The move comes three months after Chief Executive Officer Doug McMillon disclosed plans to review the retailer's global operations and shut underperforming stores.
The layoffs, which would result in more than 1,000 people leaving the tech giant, is set to affect Yahoo's media business, European operations, and platforms-technology group.
The tech giant is downsizing the Israel-based team working on an augmented reality headset.
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Cutting the budget by 25 percent will mean laying off 7,000 employees.
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The layoffs come about a week after Jack Dorsey became permanent CEO.
The layoffs at the 3-D printer company are in addition to the significant cuts made in April.
The cost-cutting measure will allow the company to invest in technology upgrades.
The tech company expects to slash about 10 percent of its workforce over the next three years as it adjusts to falling demand.
The Finnish company has failed to create a new hit game since the 2009 launch of Angry Birds.
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