Amazon cuts 9,000 more jobs, bringing 2023 total to 27,000
The job cuts would mark the second largest round of layoffs in the company’s history, adding to the 18,000 employees the tech giant said it would lay off in January.
West Bengaluru hit by power, water woes
The residents pointed out that power cuts are happening just a day after the energy department announced that there would be no power cuts for the next three months to help students and farmers.
Second round of mass layoffs: Meta to cut 10,000 jobs, say reports
Just four months after it let go 11,000 employees, the big tech company is to announce a second round of mass layoffs.
Vietnam shoe-maker for Nike, Adidas to cut 6,000 jobs
PouYuen Vietnam, a unit of Taiwan-based Pou Chen Group, will lay off 3,000 factory workers and will not renew the contracts of 3,000 others because of "very few production orders in 2023".
TCS not considering layoffs, hiring impacted employees from startups
TCS' chief Human Resources officer Milind Lakkad said the company, which employs over 6 lakh people, will be announcing hikes which will be similar to earlier years.
Russia says it will cut oil production over Western caps
The cap is enforced by barring Western companies that largely control shipping and insurance services from moving oil priced above the limit.
Ryots stage agitations against power outages in Telangana
Chandu, a farmer from Bugga thanda in Neredu Gomma mandal, cultivates paddy on two acres of his land and grows groundnut on an additional four acres of leased land.
Disney lays off 7,000 as streaming subscribers decline
The storied company founded by Walt Disney said its streaming service saw its first ever fall in subscribers last quarter as consumers cut back on spending.
UK retail giant Tesco to axe over 2,000 jobs
Tesco recently posted bumper revenue for the key Christmas season, even as customers switched to less expensive rivals as prices soar during a cost-of-living crisis.
IBM to cut 3,900 jobs as it reorganizes business
This cost is "entirely related" to the spin-off of Kyndryl and the disposal of health data and analysis businesses, an IBM spokesperson told AFP.
Every one in four Indians surveyed concerned about threat of job layoff: Survey
Global economic slowdown and a potential resurgence of COVID-19 are key areas of worry for Indians.
Google's parent Alphabet to fire 12,000 employees; Pichai says 'sorry'
The year 2023 has begun on a bad note for tech workers globally as 91 companies have laid off more than 24,000 tech employees in the first 15 days this month, signalling worse days ahead.
Zimbabwe to have dark Christmas amid power cuts, high prices
The high food prices are forcing many to put aside Christmas shopping in order to focus on immediate needs.
Layoffs mount as recession looms
Hiring has declined in technology that employs five million people in India, and another five million in the services segment associated with technology.
Big tech layoffs may be a long-term carnage
The Ukraine War has created a spiraling energy crisis and a global economic slowdown that is hitting Big Tech hard.
Draft DPDP skips 'Right to Privacy' in preamble, govt gets unrestrained powers: CUTS
CUTS said draft weakens the regulatory, supervisory, & enforcement architecture by replacing the previously proposed data protection regulator with a board that will be directly in control of the govt
Draft bill on Digital Personal Data Protection skips 'Right to Privacy' in preamble, govt gets unrestrained powers: CUTS
The bill skips mention of the fundamental right to privacy in its preamble and narrows the scope of the law from data protection to digital personal data protection excluding non-personal data.
Jet Airways cuts salary, sends 10 per cent staff on leave
JKC in a statement on Friday noted it might take ‘difficult’ near-term decisions to manage cashflows. It also said they have not breached any terms of the insolvency resolution plan.
Areas in Chennai that will experience power cuts on November 18
The complete list of areas in the city where TANGEDCO will cut power for maintenance work.
Musk's latest Twitter cuts: Outsourced content moderators
At Twitter's San Francisco headquarters and other offices, contract workers wore green badges while full-time workers wore blue badges.
Two groups clash during Ram Navami procession in Mumbai
911 recordings show terror at Nashville school during attack
Will soon appear before world, says Amritpal Singh in new video
Communal clashes during Ram Navami processions in Aurangabad, Vadodara and Howrah
More than 300 lawyers criticise Kiren Rijiju, ask him to withdraw 'anti-India gang' remarks
MoD signs contracts worth Rs 32,000 crore including missiles for Army, ships for Navy