Sony (SNE) plans to lower its headcount by 3,800 in Japan by March next year as part a...


Sony (SNE) plans to lower its headcount by 3,800 in Japan by March next year as part a previously announced restructuring in which the company is cutting staff numbers by 10,000. Sony intends to close a Japanese camera-lens and mobile-phone factory in the overhaul, which it says will save ¥30B ($378.6M) a year. Around 2,000 jobs will also go in Europe, half at Sony's former mobile JV with Ericsson. (PR)

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