By Jonathan Davies
Microsoft has cut another 2,100 jobs as part of its plans to cut 18,000.
The tech giant has already cut 13,000 jobs, mainly in its Nokia mobile phone business. Almost 750 of the 2,100 job cuts will come in Seattle, with the rest coming across global operations.
In July, Microsoft chief executive Natya Sadella revealed plans to move the business away from software to online services, apps and devices.
Microsoft employs around 127,000 people around the world and is expecting the job cuts to cost between $1.1bn (£672m) and $1.6bn.
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