Yahoo has just announced it’ll cut at least 10 percent of its staff between now and the end of the year, meaning a minimum of 1,430 people can expect to be out of jobs by the holidays. (Yahoo employs about 14,300 full-time workers.) Yahoo, you may remember, laid off about 1,100 other employees earlier this year. The company also now plans to “implement additional cost-cutting measures,” with the goal of saving $400 million in current spending costs.
Yahoo reports its net income for the third quarter of 2008 dropping 64 percent — nearly $100 million — from this time last year. The 2008 Q3 net income was $54 million, compared to $151 million in Q3 of 2007. That amounts to $0.04 a share now, down from $0.11 a share then. Yahoo hit its lowest stock level in more than five years earlier this month.
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