The layoffs are soon to follow.

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User Info: StickMen1090

StickMen1090
4 years ago#51
Icecreamdunwich posted...
Chocobo115 posted...
I think it's too early to call layoffs...
They have quite a lot of money on the bank after all, but the restructure might do Nintendo, fresh blood in several projects can do wonders for the future games.


They really need to get Miyamoto out of the position he is now. That man is toxic


you really gotta chill out.. you are acting like he is a troll or something... like he is out to kill Nintendo intentionally

User Info: Beatperson14

Beatperson14
4 years ago#52
Of course they will.

User Info: SuperShyGuy9000

SuperShyGuy9000
4 years ago#53
squatch22 posted...
Buretsu posted...
Troll Logic:
Sony has to sell a building? They're doing fine!
Nintendo buys a new building? NintenDOOOOMED~


Just like:

Sony has massive debt, loses billions - no problems.
Nintendo has no debt, loses $575 million - Nintendoomed.


I just remembered this topic

http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/631516-wii-u/64732119

User Info: rajin_donuts

rajin_donuts
4 years ago#54
Companies restructure all the time. Nintendo probably examined the way their organization is run and determined that many of the same tasks are being done by both departments because of poor communication occurring between the two departments. Merging the departments together may remove redundancy and allow better communication between the console team and the hand held team.

User Info: sonicsonic

sonicsonic
4 years ago#55
MR_Smarty_Pants posted...
DarthFloaty posted...
Misinformation. Article doesn't use the word layoff. Unless I'm blind, in which case please point it out-exactly for me.


Try reading what I wrote. I didn't say the article said the word "layoff". I said layoffs are next to come as most of the time in business "restructuring'' involves layoffs.


... and spending $340 million on a new building. of course, of course.

Mr Smarty Pants

User Info: Xcalibur02

Xcalibur02
4 years ago#56
I love how TC has to stick "disappointing sales" in there just to get his warped perspective across.

Of course, we all know that 2.5 million units in less than 2 months makes that point moot, but you know, Nintendoomed, right?
Grammar: The difference between knowing your **** and knowing you're ****

User Info: PUNCHOUT1116

PUNCHOUT1116
4 years ago#57
I notice TC hasnt been back. Maybe hes on restriction :/
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Good stuff

User Info: GNSatan

GNSatan
4 years ago#58
SuperShyGuy9000 posted...
Rayzor_Quill posted...
From: b1gt0ne | Posted: 1/18/2013 4:06:56 PM | #041
That building is a giant NES

That would be awesome!


It sure would!


Yes it would. Also it should have a nes controller for the main office and the hallway connecting them should look like cord.
http://www.youtube.com/user/MrRantism?feature=guide

User Info: ElGado

ElGado
4 years ago#59
Who ever came up with the Wii U should be the first to go.

User Info: SuperShyGuy9000

SuperShyGuy9000
4 years ago#60
sonicsonic posted...
MR_Smarty_Pants posted...
DarthFloaty posted...
Misinformation. Article doesn't use the word layoff. Unless I'm blind, in which case please point it out-exactly for me.


Try reading what I wrote. I didn't say the article said the word "layoff". I said layoffs are next to come as most of the time in business "restructuring'' involves layoffs.


... and spending $340 million on a new building. of course, of course.

Mr Smarty Pants


Nintendo had money to SPEND surely they are doomed. Successful companies sell their buildings and still don't get enough to cover losses from their endeavors
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