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Microsoft cuts 18,000 jobs as it integrates Nokia unit

Briefs | 07/17/2014 2:00 pm EDT

Microsoft Corp. said Thursday it is cutting 18,000 jobs, most of them related to integrating the cellphone division of Nokia Corp., the acquisition of which closed in April.

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