When the world’s biggest tech company announces $500 million in layoffs, it may not be a good sign for the economy

The stock market has been down about 5% for the past year, and analysts are worried that the tech industry is about to experience its worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.

According to the S&P 500, the technology sector has been the largest driver of the decline.

The index fell 3% for 2016 and is down about 10% this year.

And a recent study by the Economic Policy Institute showed that technology is the biggest driver of corporate and personal bankruptcies in the United States, with the technology-related industries accounting for about 15% of total bankruptcies.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by a whopping 761 points on Thursday, and was down about 3.3% for all of 2016.

It’s down about 8% for 2017 and up about 6% for 2018.

But with the tech sector now a big driver of this year’s economic downturn, it will be a tough pill to swallow for the tech and financial industries.

On Wednesday, the company announced that it had announced it would cut 700 jobs in a restructuring effort.

It also announced a $500m capital spending plan.

That’s a big jump from the $350m it had said it would save by the end of the year.

The company also announced that a major restructuring will be required to address some of the company’s most important areas of focus.

But with the company still under the microscope, investors should be wary of how this is impacting the stock market.

On the one hand, the $500mn announced cuts represent a substantial amount of money for a company that had a net loss of about $2.3bn for the fiscal year ending March 31.

That makes the cuts seem like a good deal, and they’re certainly a good number.

But even if the layoffs are effective, that would only account for about $100mn of the total savings that the company has made so far.

On top of that, the money could have gone to a variety of things, including restructuring the company and making some other changes.

So if you are buying stocks in the S &M technology sector, the new plan is likely to make you more nervous.