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    Microsoft streamlines operations with layoffs in Azure, mixed reality divisions: Reports

    In a latest attempt to reorganize, American tech giant Microsoft has reportedly made a large round of job cuts, which has hit its Azure...

    Google joins layoff trend as it seeks to cut down costs

    In January, Google CEO Sundar Pichai hinted more layoffs are looming as the company sought to "drive velocity in some areas".

    Take-Two Interactive Announces Layoffs, Project Cancellations

    Take-Two interactive lays off 5% of staff and cancels ongoing projects. With stocks up slightly despite industry woes, will GTA 6 be delayed? Read along to know

    Amazon to reportedly streamline web services operations with layoffs in sales, marketing & tech

    Amazon Web Services (AWS), the cloud computing giant, on Wednesday announced the elimination of several hundred positions across sales, marketing, and technology departments, Reuters...

    Expedia announces layoffs; to let go 1,500 employees

    American online travel company Expedia on Monday announced to let go of 1,500 employees, or 9% of its workforce, as a part of its restructuring actions...

    Amid financial turbulence, SpiceJet reportedly announces 1,400 layoffs

    The downsizing affects 1,400 employees across various departments, shrinking the SpiceJet's manpower significantly.

    Worldline joins layoff trend, announces 8% workforce reduction

    Worldline anticipates incurring implementation costs totaling around €250 million as it executes these measures.

    Riot Games announces layoffs; to trim 11% of global workforce

    The affected employees at Riot Games will get assistance in the form of severance pay, cash bonuses, extended health benefits, and job placement services.

    Pichai Hints at Further Layoffs

    Google's CEO Sundar Pichai announces layoffs, citing the need to simplify execution and increase velocity; 1,000 jobs already cut

    Layoff wave extends to 2024: An overview

    With even companies like Google and Amazon feeling the pressure, it is clear that the tech industry is undergoing a significant correction.


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