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yes i can adela this morning called it quits on microsoft's efforts to be a mobile phone company writing off seven point six billion dollars related to the purchase of nokia back in september twenty fourteen and cutting seventy eight hundred jobs nearly seven percent of its workforce , he is also cutting ties to the thinking of his predecessor steve ballmer writers breaking news columnist rubs here and is covering the story bomber had the idea that microsoft had to be suffer everywhere , and it does take a much more limited stance and said that was that was a mistake are looking over paid for nokia with just a three percent share of the smartphone market efforts to catch up with rivals apple and google where a long shot , adela now cutting his losses through sensually saying look we're not going to make any inroads in this market and the company's focusing more on enterprise software , it certainly , this is the second round of job cuts since nadella took over as c. e. o. in february twenty fourteen most of the cuts will be in a phone hardware business with a third of the layoffs in finland , the home of nokia