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Orange and Wanadoo spared job cuts in UK

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Workers at Orange and Wanadoo in the UK are breathing a sigh of relief today following confirmation they will be spared from the 22,000 job cuts announced by France Telecom yesterday.

The shake-up at France Telecom comes as the firm struggles to cut its whopping debt mountain while facing a cut in traditional revenues.

The giant telco said 1,000 of the job cuts would come from outside of France, prompting speculation that Orange and Wanadoo in the UK could be forced to take its share of losses.

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Workers at Orange and Wanadoo in the UK are breathing a sigh of relief today following confirmation they will be spared from the 22,000 job cuts announced by France Telecom yesterday.

The shake-up at France Telecom comes as the firm struggles to cut its whopping debt mountain while facing a cut in traditional revenues.

The giant telco said 1,000 of the job cuts would come from outside of France, prompting speculation that Orange and Wanadoo in the UK could be forced to take its share of losses.

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France Telecom to axe 22,000 jobs

Ugghhh great. Why can't they just sell us off.

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Ugghhh great. Why can't they just sell us off.

I'm with you on that one, except we're the only profitable part of FT's business.

They're already making life in retail hell :)

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Sell, sell, sell!!!

I wonder what Paul[MVP] is up to on Monday - he must be raking it in with all these Google ads popping up all over the place - wanna buy a phone company Paul?? :)

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