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Company that aggregates music from independent labels to iTunes and other Web stores reduces staffing but won't say by how much.
The CTO of Hewlett-Packard's consumer group looks to squelch rumors sparked earlier this week about the fate of its Voodoo PC unit.
Maker of movie-playing set-top boxes won't detail how many layoffs but says they come in "each department" as the company names a new chief financial officer.
An update on EEstor, kind of; U.S. renewable energy policy still stalled; GE moves deeper into Spain with acquisition; questions about ethanol's impact on air quality; a look at politicking behind the Pickens Plan; Mass. signs a low-carbon fuel standard.
Yahoo, MTV, and eBay veterans join MySpace's senior management, while COO Amit Kapur has reportedly confirmed that a number of other employees will be let go and replaced.
Job terminations won't be limited to the 8,800 layoffs originally announced last year, as the computer maker seeks to cut costs.
Computer maker is closing its flagship factory in Austin, Texas, amid hard times.
AMD is getting set to update its quad-core Phenom processors amid rumors that will or has already started laying off 5 percent of its workforce.
Silicon Alley Insider cites insider who says Ask.com may scrap Teoma for Google and layoff workers, but source tells CNET News.com that Teoma is safe.
On the heels of cutbacks at the Internet giant this week, some people suspect that there could be more in the works.