The fallout from Thursday's cost-cutting moves by Microsoft continues. On Friday, Microsoft announced that it is delaying its plans for a massive data center to be built in West Des Moines, Iowa.
It is an abrupt reversal for Microsoft, which announced its plans for Iowa just five months ago as part of its massive push into the data center business. By October, though, the software maker was already detailing plans to cut its data center spending by $300 million. Now Microsoft is looking to cut things even further.
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