Twitter is in trouble as employees are leaving en masse in response to Elon Musk’s ultimatum that they commit to a “hardcore” environment.
Cisco is the latest tech giant to engage in layoffs, cutting more than 4,000 staff and taking a $600 million restructuring charge.
An analyst is calling on Google to lay off employees, saying attrition alone will not be sufficient to cut costs.
Day One Ventures is looking to invest in companies with laid-off founders, in an effort to benefit from their experience.
Microsoft has released the results of an independent transparency report on the company’s handling of harassment and discrimination policies.
Amazon may soon be joining Meta in one of the biggest mass layoffs of 2022, with the company reportedly looking to lay off 10,000 employees.
Lyft joins the long list of companies laying off employees in preparation for what it calls a “probable recession.”
Amazon is cracking down on hiring even more, freezing all corporate hiring, according to a new report.
Stripe is the latest company to conduct mass layoffs, letting 14%, or more than 1,000 employees go.
A new survey by Moneypenny shows that Americans are confident in their tech skills but still believe they could use additional training.
Microsoft joins the ranks of other tech companies, laying off an undisclosed number of employees amid economic uncertainty.