Subscription pricing models may be an unforeseen casualty of the economic downturn, paving the way for usage-based billing.
Stanford Professor: Tech Layoffs Are ‘Copycat Behavior’
A Stanford professor has confirmed what many suspect, saying Big Tech’s layoffs are more about “copycat behavior than necessary cost-cutting.”
Intuit Lobbying Congress to Protect Its Tax Filing Business
Intuit is going all-in in its lobbying efforts to protect its lucrative tax filing business at a time when Congress is threatening it.
Snap Is Cutting Google and AWS Cloud Spending
Snap is cutting back its cloud spending, reducing how much it pays both Google Cloud and AWS.
Google CEO Wants Employees to Spend 2-4 Hours Improving Bard AI
Google CEO Sundar Pichai is pulling out all the stops to improve the company’s Bard AI, asking employees to spend 2-4 hours helping.
Getting Laid Off May Be the Doorway to a Better Job
The tech sector has been hit with a wave of layoffs, but it’s not all bad news, especially for the workers being laid off.
Shopify Unveils ‘Chaos Monkey 2023,’ Limiting Meetings and Slack
Shopify is aiming to disrupt the workplace with a new initiative called “Chaos Monkey 2023,” one that limits meetings and Slack usage.
Google Reorganizing Labor to Answer ChatGPT
Google has issued a “code red” and is reorganizing labor in response to the traction ChatGPT has gained.
Goldman Sachs to Lay Off Up to 8% of Its Employees
Goldman Sachs is the latest company turning to layoffs to weather the economic downturn, reportedly looking to cut up to 8% of its staff.
Marc Benioff Wants to Re-Recruit Departed Executives
Marc Benioff has made clear he wants to re-recruit top executives that have departed Salesforce in recent weeks.