They are the latest rounds of cuts at the struggling server and software maker, which reached the $7.4 billion deal with Oracle in April after nearly a decade of wobbly financial performance.
Sun said in its filing that the layoffs would come from all its major regions, including North America, Europe, Asia and emerging markets. The company expects to incur $75 million to $125 million in restructuring charges over the next several quarters.
Sugar cereals are 'Smart Choices'? FDA not so sureWASHINGTON (AP) ¿ The Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday that nutritional logos from food manufacturers may be misleading consumers about the actual health benefits of cereal, crackers and other processed foods. The agency sent a letter to companies saying it will begin cracking down on inaccurate food labeling. The FDA did not name specific products or give a timeline for enforcement. U.S. manufacturers, including Kellogg, Kraft Foods and General Mills, rolled out their so-called Smart Choices program last year, amid growing concern about obesity rates. The green labels appear on the front of foods that meet certain standards for calories per serving and fat content.