- IRobot lays off 85 employees, representing 7% of its workforce, while it is in the process of being acquired by Amazon.
- CommerceHub, a software company, is announcing layoffs.
- LinkedIn has laid off some staff members of its talent acquisition team.
- Meta, despite better-than-expected Q4 earnings, is planning further layoffs in March.
- Rigetti Computing replaces its CFO and CTO and lays off 28% of its workforce due to low stock prices.
- Cloud communications firm Twilio cuts 1,500 jobs or 17% of its workforce.
- Daily Harvest, a food delivery service, plans to lay off 60 employees due to sales decline.
- Dandy, a dental software company, announces layoffs.
- Bark, the owner of BarkBox, reduces its workforce by 12%, cutting 126 jobs, and limits its use of contractors.
- Olive AI, a health tech company, downsizes by 35%, laying off 215 employees.
- News Corp cuts 1,250 positions, which is roughly 5% of its workforce, by the end of the year.
- Yahoo lays off 1,000 people or 12% of its workforce as it restructures its digital ad business; another 8% will be let go later in the year.
- GitHub, like LinkedIn, is owned by Microsoft, and announces cutbacks that affect 10% of its staff.
- GitLab reduces its workforce by 7%.
- GoDaddy lays off 530 employees, representing 8% of its workforce, due to client spending slowdown and brand integration.
- Disney eliminates 7,000 positions as it restructures into distinct entertainment, ESPN, and parks divisions.
- JPMorgan Chase cuts hundreds of employees from its mortgage business.
- Affirm lets go of 19% of its employees due to a bursting buy-now, pay-later bubble.
- Medly, a pharmacy start-up, closes its stores and lets go of all its remaining team members.
- Gusto, a payroll provider, lays off 126 employees, representing about 5% of its staff.
- Nomad Health lays off workers despite securing $105 million in new financing in June.
- Zoom lays off 1,300 people or 15% of its workforce.
- VinFast, a Vietnamese EV maker, cuts about 80 jobs in North America following a restructuring.
- Gong, a unicorn-status analytics company, lets go of about 80 employees.
- EBay shrinks its workforce by 4%, or 500 employees.
- Secureworks reduces its headcount by 9%, affecting over 200 employees.
- Truist Financial reportedly lets go of dozens of investment bankers.
- Boeing expects to cut about 2,000 corporate jobs.
- Dell Technologies eliminates around 6,650 positions, representing 5% of its global workforce.
- Clari sheds 20 roles, while Workato lets go of 90 employees.
- Layoffs affect several Boston-area companies, including Drift, Kyruus, and Desktop Metal.
- Getir, one of several rapid delivery startups struggling to gain U.S. market share, reportedly lays off 100 corporate employees.
- Salesforce, the biggest employer in San Francisco, moves forward with a workforce reduction that was announced in January.
- Highspot, a Seattle startup, lays off 10% of its employees.
- Cutbacks at Protocol Labs, Bittrex, Chainalysis, Prime Trust, and Coin
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