The fresh round of layoffs included product managers, big data experts and engineers working on machine learning and platform reliability.
The company said the layoffs are not related to 2022 performance or 2023 expectations.
Tech bigwigs are sacking significant portions of their workforce, leaving the industry worried and puzzled.
Mass-market carmaker Ford and luxury-focused Jaguar Land Rover have announced sweeping restructuring that will cost thousands of jobs in Europe.
In its fifteen-year existence the company headed up by Elon Musk has not made a profit, and it's burning through cash at an unprecedented rate.
Britain's best-known engineering company prepares 4,000 job cuts after its announcement that a costly compressor problem that had grounded Boeing planes had spread to a different type of engine.
The German car maker's plan is part of an effort to recover from the diesel emissions cheating scandal and to invest further in electric and self-driving cars.
Twitter announces plans to drop 300 employees in a decision that comes after its efforts to sell the social networking site failed.
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