At MySpace, the hatchet man strikes again, lopping off two-thirds of international staff

After laying off 30 percent of its domestic workforce earlier this month, MySpace CEO Owen Van Natta announced today that the company will cut 300 jobs abroad, bringing the total international workforce to 150. If you’re curious how Van Natta communicated the cuts this time—last week’s announcement drew some heat for its poor word choice— TechCrunch has acquired a copy of the e-mail he sent to international staff. “Our goal to tap into as many international markets as possib…

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