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EA has published its latest financial results today, with the news not looking good for over 1,100 members of staff at 12 EA facilities worldwide that are forced to close as part of the publisher's latest round of cost-cutting measures.
Nintendo's shares have dropped a whopping 12 per cent this week in the wake of revised sales forecasts for the Wii.
Nokia has followed the mobile phone crowd with reports that its operating profits have slid a worrying 50 per cent in Q4.
Microsoft has confirmed that it is to cut 5,000 jobs, with 1,400 staff going immediately and the rest staggered over the next 18 months
Ericsson, the communications equipment manufacturer, has been forced to cut 5,000 jobs, meaning six per cent of the workforce would be laid off.