One of the wireless carriers in USA ,T-Mobile stated Friday that it’s going to remove a total of 1,900 call center jobs in an attempt to cut costs at the striving company.
T-Mobile stated that there will be more restructuring that will come before July to “optimize operations,” though it didn’t particularly state that more job layoffs would extend or take a part.
“These are not easy steps to take, but they are necessary to realize efficiency in order to invest for growth,” according to Philipp Humm, CEO of T-Mobile USA, in a statement.
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Google had recently recommended purchasing Motorola Mobility at the cost of $12.5 billion, at the price of $40 each share. As stocks of Motorola closed at $24.47 when the agreement was made public, the costs have increased since then and have traded over $38 most of the time. While most of the 63% premium agreed upon by Google a little too steep, John W. Keating, a Motorola Mobility shareholder, does not seem to repeat the same sentiment. He feels that the Mountain View based firm is purchasing Motorola Mobility for “pennies on the dollar.”
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