Musk's "bloodbath" Twitter | US technology companies lay off 11 people in November, how much does Seattle affect?

Last week, Musk completed the official acquisition of Twitter.

In himWhile smiling and entering the building, Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal) was fired on the spot and hurried out of Twitter’s headquarters building…  

Fire up Twitter executives

On his first day as CEO, Musk fired the top Twitter executives.


These include Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Ned Segal, who joined Twitter in 2017, Vijaya Gadde, head of legal, policy and trust, and Sean Edgett, who has served as Twitter's general counsel since 2012.


According to Reuters, the three who were "fired" were given "golden parachute" clauses, and they could receive almost $2 million in "severance payments."

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) website also released information on the same day that Twitter will be delisted at the end of the month.

The proud Musk entered Twitter, but it made employees panic.

Many people are guessing himWhat will happen next "Big Earthquake".

Twitter layoffs are like "bloodbath"

Received "Death Mail" with a cool job

And just yesterday, the personnel "earthquake" really came...

go viral online,"Day of Suffering" for Twitter employees begins today, Friday, November 11th….

Pictures from netizens contributed

And this news has also been confirmed by the American media.

A lot of news posted that Twitter is about to lay off 50% of the workforce, and this tsunami of layoffs will begin this Friday...

Twitter employees will receive two different emails, according to what has been sent out internally.

AndThe way you receive the email can decide whether to stay or not.


1. Employees who keep their jobs will receive an email from theirwork email,

2. Those who have a cold job will receive an email informing them from theirPersonal Mailbox.

This exciting way is simply the same asSquid gamesame.I'm too scared to touch my computer....

Some employees immediately said that they could no longer log in to their mailboxes.Does this mean that layoffs have begun?

Of course, many netizens also said that this method is really "capitalist"

-Netizen: This Thanksgiving is so "thankful"

-Netizen: Life is really exciting...

-Netizen: Musk is really a ruthless person...

I don't know if any of the foodie readers have been "blooded". If so, you are welcome to share your experience...



Other major US companies



Last week, a number of large technology giant companies in the United States announced layoffs at the same time, adding up toThousands of employees were laid off.


Economists called it a truly unusual day of layoffs.


Last week, California-based fintech companiesStripe announces 1000 layoffs.Uber's biggest rival, Lyft, announces it will lay off 700 jobs.The percentage of layoffs at both companies is14%.


On top of that, more tech companies in the U.S. are laying off workers, for reasons including economic conditions, market downturns or restructuring."This is an unusual time, and I've never seen so many layoffs announced by companies in the same week," said Ted Egan, chief economist in San Francisco. 


other than the above companies, on Friday, November 11th, Twitter (Twitter) also began a large-scale layoff,Half of the company's workforce will be laid off,The number of people affected is as high as 3700.

Statistics show that so far, only the Silicon Valley area of ​​San Francisco in the United States,138 workers have been laid off at 16772 companies, mostly tech companies.Even if there are no layoffs, large companies have suspended recruitment and reduced staff. Microsoft, Amazon, and Google parent company Alphabet have all said that they have suspended recruitment or reduced the scale of recruitment to a minimum.


In Seattle and the Bay Area, where technology companies are the mainstay of the economy, many families are shrouded in fear of being laid off by companies.I hope Seattle can escape the disaster and everyone is fine...



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