The New York Times reported that Motorola Mobility is planning to cut down its workforce by twenty percent and shut down almost a third of its offices all over the world.
According to the new Chief Executive of Motorola, Dennis Woodside, as the company is planning to go out from unprofitable markets, end the making of low-end devices and gadgets, and just focus on a small quantity of cellular phones instead of dozens, they will be cutting off their workforce. One-third of the four thousand jobs will be coming from their departments in United States.
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Apple Inc., the maker of the world’s popular iPads and iPhones, is preparing to open their first branch in Hong Kong this month capturing the surging demand of their products in Mainland China and its neighboring regions.
The Apple Store, located in the International Finance Center Mall in Hong Kong’s Central business and shopping district, will debut this year, according to Carolyn Wu, Apple Spokeswoman based in Beijing, but never mentioned a specific date. Two days ago, Ming Pao Daily reported without mentioning anyone that the two-story Apple store will open its gate on Sept. 4 covering 20,000 square feet.
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