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  • Article
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    JUN 27, 2022
  • Article
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    MAY 19, 2022

    Netflix’s spending changes are affecting its brand: Fallout from layoffs and difficulty producing hits are forcing the streamer to reexamine its image.

  • Article
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    MAY 10, 2022

    Cost-cutting and layoffs could hurt employer branding: Companies risk losing their employer reputations as they scale back to protect profitability.

  • Article
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    MAY 9, 2022

    A wave of cost-cutting layoffs is coming: GoPuff, Thrasio, and Reef are among the companies rethinking their staffing levels as they shift focus to profitability.

  • Article
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    MAY 20, 2022

    After two years of booming business for tech and media, the industries are now facing a wave of cost-cutting measures like layoffs and shutdowns that signal a focus on profitability but could harm companies’ reputation with prospective employees in an already-tight labor market.

  • Article
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    JUN 7, 2022

    Indie agency feels the squeeze: Recent layoffs at independent advertising agency The Many are a preview of how advertising’s troubles will take form. The small shop, which reportedly lost Google as a client, recently let go of around half its staff after two rounds of layoffs, Adweek reports.

  • Article
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    JUN 7, 2022

    A reorganization of that type would likely lead to more layoffs rather than hires. Keep reading: We highlight some of the short-term challenges and long-term risks that fintech disruptors face—and how regulators could get involved—in our “Era of Uncertainty” report.

  • Article
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    MAY 18, 2022

    Salary boosts could prove unsustainable if the industry doesn’t quickly regain its footing, possibly resulting in more layoffs. In lieu of raises, companies can also consider more flexible remote work options to keep workers happy.

  • Article
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    JUN 21, 2022

    Such infrastructure also comes with costs, and at a time of layoffs in the tech world, companies may not want to hire new talent to build and maintain it. The bigger picture: The slip in cloud spending is a symptom of broader economic contraction. While it has hit the tech industry hard, it doesn’t spell the end of cloud growth.

  • Article
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    MAY 12, 2022

    For Big Tech, this translates into layoffs and hiring freezes as it’s forced to rein in excess growth. Startups aren’t immune. After historic levels of venture capital investing during the pandemic, VC investing shrank 35% in Q1 2022 from the prior quarter.

  • Article
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    JUN 16, 2022

    Warner Bros. Discovery cuts costs and preps for advertising cool-off: The media giant is slashing 1,000 jobs from its global ad sales team.

  • Article
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    MAY 18, 2022

    Article: Tech's layoff wave could hurt employer branding. Article: How will marketers curb their third-party cookie cravings?

  • Article
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    JUN 22, 2022

    In a time of crypto job layoffs, plummeting digital asset prices, and crypto lenders blocking withdrawals, Monzo’s assertion shows it believes in digital assets’ long-term value and still sees their growth potential.

  • Article
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    MAY 31, 2022

    Several tech companies have announced hiring freezes or waves of layoffs, and major venture capital firms like Sequoia Capital have urged startups to cut back on spending. Substack’s last funding round was announced in March 2021 and valued the company at $650 million. The canceled series C would have valued the company as high as $1 billion, according to the Times’ report.

  • Article
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    MAY 25, 2022

    In an internal memo obtained by The Verge, Snap CEO Evan Spiegel said the company would cut costs and slow hiring like many other tech companies, but avoided mention of layoffs that have also plagued the industry lately. Spiegel said the company still plans to hire 500 more employees by year’s end.

  • Article
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    MAY 18, 2022

    Thrasio, an Amazon aggregator, announced layoffs and leadership changes as it recalibrates to focus on more sustainable growth amid a broader slowdown in ecommerce. Even Amazon, which like Walmart boosted pay and benefits aggressively to woo jobseekers, is now experiencing overstaffing in its warehouses, CFO Brian Olsavsky said.

  • Article
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    MAY 31, 2022

    Fintechs that aren’t getting the required outside funding to sustain an inflated cost of labor have started layoffs. Banks may be able to pursue strategic hiring among these released staff and position themselves for future growth. The economic downturn could also slow the rising compensation trend as firms reduce staff or start offering lower salaries.

  • Article
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    APR 11, 2022

    More on this: As the merger approaches completion, all eyes are on Discovery CEO David Zaslav who is making significant changes to the executive suite and promising savings that will likely result in layoffs at the newly joined company. Several WarnerMedia executives have departed in the days leading up to the merger.

  • Report
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    JUN 27, 2022

    Watch out for continued layoffs, pared-down expansion, tempered technology investments, and tightened underwriting to chill growth—on top of US regulations set to increase BNPL compliance costs. Competitors Will Put Pressure on Nondiversified BNPL Players. New entrants threaten to siphon customers and dollars from BNPL pure plays and depress their margins.

  • Article
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    AUG 24, 2020

    As layoffs pile up and many industries like retail and travel continue to struggle amid lower consumer spending, confidence in a near-term economic recovery is low.

  • Article
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    APR 29, 2021

    Amid the carnage of bankruptcies, store closures, and massive layoffs in 2020, some retail companies actually fared very well. Adjustments to supply chains, product and service bundles, stocking and inventory, and customer service have been the keys to success for big-box retailers like Walmart, Target, and Best Buy. Others, such as Apple, lululemon athletica, Nike, and Starbucks, are focusing on innovating and modifying store experiences through digital integration, frictionless shopping, and atmospherics modified for a “new normal” of social distancing and sanitization.

  • Video
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    APR 20, 2020

    Joe Kudla, founder of Vuori, speaks with eMarketer vice president of business development Marissa Coslov about the fashion and leisure brand’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, including how it's redeploying its workforce to avoid layoffs and connecting with consumers. Made possible by Salesforce.

  • Article
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    FEB 9, 2022

    The organization wants the merger to entail a Community Benefit Agreement, which would include curbing branch closures, forgoing layoffs of frontline staff, and offering mortgages to all qualified borrowers. There are other signs that the Biden Administration is paying close attention to market competitiveness in general:.

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    MAR 18, 2020
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    DEC 16, 2021

    The sharp surge in ecommerce seen in 2020, coupled with the economic uncertainty that hit consumers facing layoffs, furloughs, and pay cuts, created ideal conditions for alternative forms of credit to make inroads. BNPL providers are capitalizing on growth by stepping up their retail and tech partnerships to get in front of more shoppers. Some major developments in the space include the following:.

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