A 20% cut in the staff has been recently announced by the mobile-making company Motorola Mobility, as per a recent report, as it has been lacking the ability to make enough profits.
It has been told by Google in an SEC filing that the company would not only be introducing losses of jobs by two-third outside the US. But, it would need to pay some $275m in this year’s upcoming two quarters.
Since, the company has been deciding to reconstruct its business and bring its back to profitability. However, the same would not incur any extra costs on it. It is being decided by Motorola to begin with the work of creating new high-end phones equipped with sensors.
The aim is to provide people with a technology that would not only allow them use a higher-quality camera and enjoy longer-lived batteries but also detect someone entering into room. For the same, the company has started recruiting longer-lived batteries as well as supply chain experts, while on the other hand, it is about to close 94 of its offices all around the world.
Google would own the company from now, $12.5bn of which has already been attained by the search giant in May.
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