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Intel will lay off 20'000 employees

Intel is in the middle of a crisis: One quarter after the other, the company is missing investors' expectations. Now Intel has to take measures in the form of job cuts.

Up to 20% fewer workers; Image: Reuters

The PC market is collapsing. That was already clear a few months ago. But only a few expected it to be so extreme. According to Bloomberg, Intel will cut about 20% of all jobs, which could affect about 20,000 people. The announcement should be made at the end of the month.

The following are the reasons for Intel's decline:

  • Exports to Asia will be more strictly controlled by the U.S.

  • Market share was lost to the competition, such as AMD

  • Fewer people are at home to be at the PC. This results in a decline in sales

  • Innovation was less present

Intel's share price lost 50% this year alone. After the quarterly report on October 27, nothing better can be expected.


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