Ten percent to be fired
Troubled search engine Yahoo is following the Ancient Roman practice of decimating its legions for poor performance.
If your executives get done for fraud it is nice to have government help
The Japanese governmet has stepped in to help Toshiba rebuild its home electronics division and other operations by facilitating tie-ups with Sharp and others.
6,800 out into the cold and snow at Christmas
More than 6,800 employees at Toshiba are paying the price for not standing up to corporate executives who were encouraged to cook the books.
Asustek is shuffling its management deck and playing a game of musical chairs to respond to what it says are “drastic changes” in the business computing environment.
When the Ancient Roman army suffered from poor performance it decimated its army – killing ten percent as warning to the rest.
Trying to cheat the reaper
Troubled mobile phone outfit HTC has announced that it is sharpening its axe in a restructuring plan which will see it make money again.
Needs to make money
As we have been warning, AMD is considering selling itself off as part of a consolidation which is happening in the chip industry.
Still better than expected
The maker of expensive printer ink, predicted that it would cost a fair bit to cut itself up even as it reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit.
Time for change