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Amazon plans to lay off 10,000 people in coming days
Twitter India records around Rs 32 crore loss in FY22
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Meta lays off 11,000 employees, 13% of workforce
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Netizens troll Byju’s for onboarding Messi as global brand ambassador after announcing layoffs
Twitter’s paid blue tick verification service in India in less than a month
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Twitter India’s entire marketing and communications team sacked
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Elon Musk threatens advertisers boycotting Twitter
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Warner Bros denies rumours that Cartoon Network is going to shut down
“Optimisation and internal reorganisation”, says CEO Karan Bedi on layoffs at MX Player
In-depth: Does large-scale advertising by start-ups while announcing mass layoffs make sense?
How Network18 cracked the digital code
To become one-stop shop for everything fashionable, Bewakoof goes beyond digital; invests in TV, print, OOH
Hiring picks up pace at creative agencies as business heads back to normal
Eros India restructures its operations for future growth
As business returns to normalcy, agencies restore employee salaries to pre-Covid level
Rise of empathetic corporates: Brands are embracing laid-off talent pool
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Clients prefer agencies that are accountable for business growth, says Raj Kamble of Famous Innovations
Still operating in uncertain environment, impossible to make growth predictions for 2021, says Chaaya Baradhwaaj of BC Web Wise
Business sentiment turning positive, expecting double-digit growth in 2021, says FCB India's Rohit Ohri
HDFC Bank will spend heavily on digital, go slow on TV
Schbang hires 150 employees during lockdown, fires none, gives increment to all on back of business wins
Zomato to fire 13% employees, announces salary cut and chalks out survival plan
CNBC-TV18 and CII conduct a poll with 250 CEOs
IPG Mediabrands India’s ‘resilience’ strategy to protect its people and business from Covid-19 impact
WPP goes for voluntary salary cuts and layoffs as additional cost-cutting measures