The world's second largest cell-phone maker says it's cutting 2,600 jobs — nearly 4 percent of its work force, which lost 7,500 jobs last year.
Motorola is in trouble because it can't sell enough cell phones. After the success of its popular Razr model, the company hasn't been able to come up with another hit product. Handset sales are falling, and the company is losing money.
The layoffs announced Thursday night are part of a broader plan this year to cut a half-billion dollars in costs and turn around its business.