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Sun Dims on 3,000 Employees

Doug is still in transit today, but he'll back for Monday's edition of Redmond Report. Filling in for him is MCPmag.com Editor Michael Domingo.

Fallout from the Oracle-Sun Microsystems deal rained down on Wednesday, as Sun announced 3,000 employees would be cut. The damage amounts to 10 percent of the workforce.

It's a move that wasn't unforeseen, according to this SFGate.com piece that has Sun bleeding red at the rate of $100 million a month.

Posted by Michael Domingo on 10/23/2009 at 1:17 PM


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