By David R. Hanesbank/Associated PressThe U.S. Internet search giant is expected to cut its advertising spending in 2018 and 2019 by $200 million and $1,200 million, respectively, in an effort to cut costs.
The search giant said Wednesday it plans to eliminate more than 3,000 jobs across the U.N. and other global organizations, including the U, G and OCC in 2019, as well as the UG and G-20 in 2020.
The news follows a recent report by The Wall Street Journal that said Google was in the process of cutting $1 trillion in revenue over the next decade, according to people familiar with the matter.
Google declined to comment on the Wall Street report.
The search giant had said last month that it would eliminate some 1,400 jobs in 2018 as part of a $1-billion cost-cutting plan.
Google has been facing criticism for a variety of reasons over the years.
It has faced criticism for having paid less than half of the U