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Ericsson Reveals Layoffs in Sweden, More Planned

The quarters ahead are looking lean for those working at the biggest vendors out there. The Scandinavian giant Ericsson detailed plans today to reduce its workforce in its home turf of Sweden by some 3,000 employees as well as 900 consultants.... [visit site to read more]
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