Meta and Google have so far avoided reducing their workforce. Instead of announcing layoffs, these tech giants are restructuring their departments and asking employees to join active projects.
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Twilio has become the latest tech company to lay off employees. It's cutting around 866 jobs as it seeks to narrow down its focus. By concentrating its efforts, it hopes that it can be profitable.
Microsoft has apparently laid off staff in its Modern Life Experiences or MLX division. The division was responsible for helping in researching and developing consumer-focused projects and products.
Arm has confirmed that it is cutting nearly 1,000 jobs in the wake of its failed Nvidia deal. The removal of "redundant" personnel will primarily impact those in the U.S. and the UK.
In a late-night email to employees yesterday, LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky informed that the company is laying off 960 employees across the Sales and Talent Acquisition organizations.
The Tor Project, the organisation behind the Tor Browser, has announced it is laying off 13 employees as it re-evaluates its finances following the outbreak of COVID-19. It will keep 22 employees.
EA CEO Andrew Wilson has announced in a statement that the company has laid off around 350 members from its workforce. The affected jobs are from publishing, operations, and other divisions.
Apple has reportedly laid off more than 200 employees within its secretive autonomous vehicle group in what appears to be another scaling back of the company's self-driving car efforts.
SpaceX is set to shed about 600 jobs in order to become leaner and adapt itself to be better prepared for the future. It will help those laid off find new work and pay them for at least eight weeks.
HTC today announced that it will be laying off 1,500 employees from its Taiwanese manufacturing division. This move comes just after the company sold a large part of its smartphone R&D to Google.
Snap Inc. is reportedly laying off 10% of its engineering division, or about 100 engineers. This is the fourth round of layoffs the company has gone through since September last year.
The company is reportedly saying goodbye to a number of its employees in a new round of layoffs. Those affected are presumed to number in the hundreds and come from various departments.
In Intel's earnings report today, the firm announced that it intends to lay off 12,000 employees, or 11% of its total workforce. It will also be taking a $1.2 billion restructuring charge.
The smartwatch maker Pebble is to layoff 40 employees this week as it struggles to stay afloat against competition from Fitbit and Apple Watch. The company will also double down on health and fitness.
According to the latest reports, the giant chip company is struggling in the market and may lay off a significant number of people soon. Not only that, but the company might be splitting in two.
According to sources inside the company, Microsoft is expected to announce a major new round of layoffs as early as today. This is likely to affect employees in the hardware divisions.
Best Buy closed at least two outlets in Quebec, in Sherbrooke and in Montreal-area Lachenaie but never told the employees that the stores were closing and that they were out of a job.
Nokia continues to struggle in the marketplace and they plan on shutting down two sales offices in China, the largest smartphone market in the world, as part of their plan to streamline operations.
A report out of the NY Times Bits blog suggests Yahoo may be planning layoffs as early as Tuesday, December 14th. The anonymous source claims Yahoo may be planning to cut up to 5% of...
Digg, a popular news ranking website, is running into financial problems once again. Less than six months after laying off 10% of their workforce, they are now giving pink slips to another 37% of their...
Sun Microsystems, citing impacts of the softening U.S. economy, posted a net loss on a slight decline in revenue for its third quarter and announced plans to cut up to 2,500 jobs, results which departed...
Although only the what, where, when, and why of the upcoming layoffs at Sony Computer Entertainment Europe have already been answered for the most part by the staff at GamePro, that only leaves the question...
Thanks WinOSCentral for the heads up on this one. The story of Stephen shows how a layoff is not always an ambush by Human Resources wielding a pink slip. Stephen, as well...