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Big layoffs at IBM soon? - PCstats.com Big layoffs at IBM soon?
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Wow talk about a messy Microsoft IP case in Russia. Say goodbye to PS/2 ports, Intel's Bearlake motherboards will no longer have those. Wow talk about massive layoffs, potentially 150,000 jobs will be slashed at IBM.

He seems well informed and explains that if people get laid off in the USA, they may be re-employed as consultants but at 75 per cent of their previous salary. That will also remove the overheads that staff always entail.

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