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📉 Meta Is Preparing to Notify Employees of Large-Scale Layoffs This Week
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📉 Meta Is Preparing to Notify Employees of Large-Scale Layoffs This Week

Plus: Twitter to Delay Changes to Check Mark Badges Until After Midterm Election, Apple warns Covid restrictions in China are hurting iPhone production, and more…

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Meta Is Preparing to Notify Employees of Large-Scale Layoffs This Week. Meta Platforms Inc. is planning to begin large-scale layoffs this week, according to people familiar with the matter, in what could be among the largest round in a recent spate of tech job cuts after the industry's rapid growth during the pandemic. (Jeff Horwitz / Wall Street Journal)


Twitter Said to Delay Changes to Check Mark Badges Until After Midterm Election. Twitter is delaying the rollout of verification check marks to subscribers of its new $7.99 a month subscription service until after Tuesday’s midterm elections, according to an internal post viewed by The New York Times… (Ryan Mac / The New York Times)


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Apple warns Covid restrictions in China are hurting iPhone production. iPhone 14 production has been temporarily reduced because of Covid-19 restrictions at its primary iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max assembly plant in Zhengzhou, China. The factory, operated by Foxconn, is operating at 'significantly reduced… (Kif Leswing / CNBC)


Twitter Now Asks Some Fired Workers to Please Come Back. Twitter Inc., after laying off roughly half the company on Friday following Elon Musk's $44 billion acquisition, is now reaching out to dozens of employees who lost their jobs and asking them to return. Some of those who are being asked to return… (Kurt Wagner / Bloomberg)


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