Despite Adobe's reviving financial fortunes, it plans to axe 9% of its workforce worldwide, or 250 staff, 100 of which will come from its European headquarters in Edinburgh. The move follows Adobe's decision last September to sack 350 (mainly US) workers when it was struggling in the face of slow sales of Apple computers - a key platform for the vendor.
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