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(Redmond, WA)  --  Microsoft Corporation says it plans to lay off more than 28-hundred people before the company's fiscal year ends in June 2017.  The "Seattle Times" reports the job cuts are partly related to the company's lagging smartphone hardware business.  A Microsoft spokesperson declined to mention the locations of the employees who will be laid off.  The spokesperson says most of those employees have been notified of the layoffs.

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