Tech giant Google has recently downsized its news division, with nearly 40 to 45 employees in Google News reportedly losing their positions, according to a spokesperson from the Alphabet Workers Union, reported CNBC.
Amid massive job cuts, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella informed the employees that the company will not be offering a salary hike this year media reports said.
Bengaluru: ZestMoney, a buy now, pay later (BNPL) platform based in Bengaluru, is cutting 100 jobs, around 20% of its workforce, Business Standard reported.
Los Angeles: Microsoft-owned GitHub is the latest tech company that has fired more than 140-member strong entire engineering team in India.
Washington/UNI: Twitter has laid off at least another 200 employees on Saturday evening, The New York Times reported citing sources familiar with the matter.
Ericsson, a manufacturer of telecommunications equipment, is set to reduce its expenses by terminating 8,500 employees worldwide, according to a memo seen by Reuters.
New York: Seven former Google employees, who were recently laid off by the search engine major, have joined to form a new company.
New Delhi: IT major Yahoo has said it will layoff 20 percent of the total workforce as part of a major restructuring of its ad tech unit, media reports said.
Bengaluru: Ed-tech company BYJU’s laid off 1,000 more employees in a fresh round of layoffs, media reports said.
Berlin: German software major SAP on Thursday said it is looking to terminate 3,000 jobs this year, at a time when global big tech companies are resorting to mass layoffs to cut costs citing weak growth and grim economic outlook, media reports said.
San Francisco: Music streaming service company Spotify announced on Monday that it will lay off about 6 percent of its global workforce, impacting some 600 employees.
Bengaluru: Food aggregator and quick commerce company Swiggy has laid off 380 workers citing challenging macroeconomic conditions and a slowdown in its food delivery business, media reports said.
Google’s parent organization Alphabet is laying off 12,000 employees or 6 percent of its workforce amid a grim growth outlook.
Amazon.com, struggling with a dip in online sales growth and prepping up for a possible recession, is likely to trim its workforce further, media reports said.
New York/IBNS: Video hosting company Vimeo will lay off 11 percent of its employees amid “an uncertain economic environment” to invest in our growth priorities and be sustainably profitable, the company’s CEO Anjali Sud said in a blog post.