Phone company Motorola to cut jobs worldwide by 20%
The American mobile phone manufacturer, Motorola, says it will slash its workforce by 20% following last year's takeover by the internet company Google.
4,000 jobs will be lost and a third of its offices around the world will be closed.
The company, which once dominated the mobile phone market, has fallen behind competitors, including Apple and Samsung.
Bryan Glick, editor-in-chief of Computer Weekly, gave his analysis of the latest news.