Intel to cut 12,000 jobs

Intel to cut 12,000 jobs

Intel has announced it's cutting 12,000 jobs from its global workforce.

The tech giant said it was letting going about 11% of its staff, as it moves away from its traditional busines of selling chips for personal computers.

Intel employs about 4,500 people in Ireland.

It's not known at this point if staff will be cut from the company's Irish operations.

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