Sun Microsystems to layoff 5,000 to 6,000 employees! God help America!


Sun Microsystems released a sensational press release earlier today but this time it is not about cloud computing, their SUN servers or UltraSPARC processors. It is all about layoffs! Yes, Mighty America will witness another round of massive layoffs in the next few weeks, no thanks to Sun Microsystems that has made the decision to layoff 5,000 to 6,000 of their employees. I have no doubt that this particular news will send ripples to the rest of the world tomorrow!

TechCrunch has been monitoring layoffs in the American technology and internet sectors in the last few months and earlier today they reported that so far they have recorded 20, 171 layoffs this month alone!

Phew! Now I’m really glad that I have my own online businesses and I can do my work from home!

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1 comments:

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