Declining PC market causes Seagate to layoff another 4,900 employees

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Hard disk drive manufacturer Seagate will not layoff 1,600 but 6,500 of its employees, about 14% of its entire workforce. The American technology company hopes to bring down its costs this way, which is needed due to lower demand of its products.

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Didn’t they already lay off workers already? Sounds more like more Greed for EXC and saying we made a profit…

I think Seagate is getting hammered from two sides. One is a declining demand for hard drives. Two is the perception that their products are not the best quality. I have had bad experiences with Seagate drives failing over the years and I refuse to buy them anymore.