Smartphone maker BlackBerry has announced that it is making further jobs cuts, the majority of which will be in the company’s devices business.
The latest jobs cuts are obviously the next part in BlackBerry CEO John Chen’s plans to turn the business into a profitable one.
“We continue to grow customer-facing teams around the world, and we continue to invest in bringing in new talent to support areas of strategic focus around software, enterprise, security and the Internet of Things, for example,” BlackBerry said in a statement.
Back in March we heard that BlackBerry had made a profit for the first time since John Chen took over as CEO, the company currently has around 7,000 staff, it is not clear as yet on how many staff will go in the latest round of job cuts.
Source Business Insider
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