Musk faces legal onslaught from angry ex-Twitter workers
Musk's disdain for working from home is also being resisted, with employees with disabilities or health concerns seeing orders to come back to the office as discriminatory.
Women sue Musk's Twitter alleging discriminatory layoffs
The discrimination lawsuit is the latest in a series of legal challenges over Musk's decimation of Twitter's workforce through mass layoffs and firings.
Labour ministry summons e-commerce giant Amazon over layoffs in India
NITES had written a letter to the Labour and Employment Minister last week, requesting to take immediate action over the layoffs issue.
Amazon lay-offs likely less severe in India
Impact could be grave in the US, which is facing economic slowdown; retail, HR, tech roles to get impacted
Elon Musk plans to cut 75% of Twitter workforce: Report
Already, experts, nonprofits and even Twitter's own staff have warned that pulling back investments on content moderation and data security could hurt Twitter and its users.
IPL Playoffs: Super Over could determine winner in case of disruptions
If not even an over a side is possible, the league standing will take precedence and will decide the winner, according to an IPL briefing note. This will also apply to Qualifiers 1, 2 and Eliminator.
Mixing up deliveries paid off against Punjab, says Shardul
Shardul lauded his colleagues in the bowling department, saying frequent wickets always kept Punjab under the pump during their chase.
Unacademy lays off 10% of its workforce
Edtech unicorn Unacademy, which recently launched an experience centre- Unacademy Store, has laid off nearly 600 employees, almost 10% of its workforce.
Australia striker Tim Cahill fit for World Cup play-off against Honduras
Veteran Australian striker Tim Cahill said he had recovered from an ankle injury and was fit to play against Honduras.
Switzerland edge out Northern Ireland to qualify for World Cup
Switzerland held off Northern Ireland to seal a place at the 2018 World Cup in Russia with a 0-0 second-leg draw on Sunday.
'We're Italy, we'll qualify', insists Gian Piero Ventura
Four-time world champions Italy need to overturn a 1-0 first-leg defeat to avoid missing out on the World Cup for the first time since 1958.
FIFA World Cup play-offs: Italy veterans Buffon, De Rossi, Barzagli face do or die
Here is a look at the three veteran warriors of the 2006 World Cup-winning campaign who face an inglorious exit if Italy fail to qualify for the tournament for the first time in 60 years.
Australia beat 10-man Syria in World Cup play-off
Veteran striker Tim Cahill scored deep into extra time to take Australia a big step closer to next year's World Cup.
'If released, he will jeopardize investigation': CBI opposes Manish Sisodia's bail plea
Ranveer Singh pips Virat Kohli to become India's most valuable celebrity
'Parliament cannot abdicate responsibility to respect my right': Rahul writes to LS Speaker again
'You have 80,000 cops...How has everyone been arrested, except Amritpal': HC raps Punjab govt
Cyclone Freddy affects 500,000 people in Malawi; death toll hits 500
Fugitive businessman Mehul Choksi dropped off Interpol's Red Corner Notice list