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Qualcomm reportedly begins layoffs to cut $1B in costs

Qualcomm reportedly begins layoffs to cut $1B in costs

Qualcomm declined to comment at this time. Qualcomm recruited around 33,800 employees in both full and part-time positions, as of September 2017, according to company filings. In a statement, a Qualcomm spokesperson said that the board "first evaluated non-headcount expense reductions" but ultimately concluded that cutting staff would lead to " long-term growth and success ".


There's Still Time to File Your Taxes

There's Still Time to File Your Taxes

He said an extension only gives you more time to file your taxes, but you still have to pay on time . Adding all that together, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development found in a study past year that the overall tax burden among Americans ranked 25th out of 35 developed countries.


Delays keep inspectors from reaching Syria attack site

Delays keep inspectors from reaching Syria attack site

The Prime Minister claimed Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's call for the introduction of a War Powers Act would "seriously compromise" the safety of the nation. The US launched military strikes on Friday night, alongside United Kingdom and French forces, aimed at reducing the Syrian regime's chemical weapons facilities.


HR McMaster's Father Died Under 'Suspicious' Circumstances, Police Say

HR McMaster's Father Died Under 'Suspicious' Circumstances, Police Say

McMaster Sr., according to sources. Ex-national security adviser H. R. McMaster resigned in March. Police are investigating the death as suspicious and have obtained a search warrant for the retirement community. "We remain committed to the safety and welfare of all our residents and have made every effort to cooperate", a Cathedral Village spokesperson said in a statement to 6abc.


India to invest more than 1 billion pounds in UK

India to invest more than 1 billion pounds in UK

Congress senior spokesperson Anand Sharma said the prime minister's "boastful" claims on surgical strike neutralising cross-border terror is "embarrassing" as India continues to be exposed to multiple terrorist strikes from across the border, losing officers and soldiers.


SC rules out investigation into Judge Loya's death

SC rules out investigation into Judge Loya's death

The true face of the petition is seldom unravelled. Congress refused to accept the verdict and said that the criminality in any case can only be established through proper investigation and not even Supreme Court can rule out criminality without a probe.