The Taiwanese smartphone maker confirms the layoffs without citing solid figures, though a report indicates that about 30 jobs were eliminated.
The Taiwanese phone manufacturer has reportedly launched a division to focus on new HTC products and global distribution, and is reshuffling management positions its U.S. operations.
Nonprofit organization devoted to promoting the virtual currency is accused of transmitting money without a license.
The chipmaker has agreed to acquire certain assets of ST-Ericsson's Global Navigation Satellite Systems business, and 130 employees from ST-Ericsson will join Intel as part of the deal.
Exchange specializing in the virtual currency announces it's ceasing all trading operations and plans to return funds to its users.
As the gaming company searches for a new CEO, it's reducing team sizes and letting go of employees to "evolve into a more efficient organization."
The move follows several other executive departures as the smartphone company struggles with its turnaround.
The Chinese telecoms gear maker gave CNET access to its headquarters in Shenzhen as well as an R&D facility in Shanghai as it works to counter the allegations of some U.S. lawmakers that it has ties to the Chinese government.
The company plans to lay off workers at its South American operations and discontinue the wholesale of devices, according to a report.
The company will close offices in Chengdu and Shanghai, while expanding its remaining offices in Beijing and Guangzhou, according to the Wall Street Journal.