Nokia to cut 3,500 more jobs by the end of 2011

By Shawn Knight · 5 replies
Sep 29, 2011
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  1. Nokia has announced plans to cut 3,500 additional jobs in an effort to streamline production and prepare for their collaboration with Microsoft. These latest cuts are in addition to the…

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  2. SammyJames

    SammyJames TS Enthusiast Posts: 167

    That makes perfect sense. They're going to be working with one of the wealthiest corporations on the planet -- so they just absolutely MUST slash 3,500 jobs! It's a must-must!!! I mean, hey -- you know, money doesn't grow on trees.

    Bill Gates is reading this, thinking... "wait a second -- it DOESN'T?! Damn -- I missed a real opportunity!!! I could have been developing money-making trees....!!!"

    (I have NO idea what made me think of that last strange and frankly out-of-left-field comment. I need some more coffee... or maybe less!!!)
  3. Bill Gates doesn't work for Microsoft anymore...
  4. SammyJames

    SammyJames TS Enthusiast Posts: 167

    Wow! Rilly?! Like, wow...

    So, what you're trying to say is that my joke makes no sense to you? Rilly? Because in my warped and diseased mind, I could have SWORN that I didn't say anything about Bill Gates still working for Microsoft. Maybe I know my history. Maybe I knew that Bill Gates USED to work for Microsoft -- or rather, that Microsoft worked for Bill Gates. Maybe I even know that Bill and Melinda decided to set up a foundation to help kids who are suffering from Malaria in Africa. But none of that matters, because oh yeah -- YOU GOT ME!!! Pow -- RIGHT IN THE KISSER!!! YOU REALLY just nailed it with THAT one...

    (Rolling eyes, yawning, scratching my three-day-old beard, thinking about how much longer do I HAVE TO PUT UP WITH TWELVE-YEAR OLDS who CAN'T EVEN SHAVE before they FINALLY stop bothering me...)

    But anyway. I digress. Your point was...?!
  5. Renrew

    Renrew TS Enthusiast Posts: 253   +19

    Aren't we dripping with sarcasm today lol
  6. This made my day...

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