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Less than two weeks after laying off thousands of employees, Uber said Monday that it's letting go of 3000 more staff members and closing or consolidating roughly 45 offices worldwide.
The ride hailing company has now reduced its workforce by 25%.
Making these layoffs one of the largest by a Silicon Valley company since the Coronavirus, pandemics and the world reeling.
The moves which were reported earlier by the Wall Street Journal are part of the company's attempt to rein in costs and deal with the economic impacts of the pandemic Ubers rides business is down by around 80% As much of the world shelters in place.
TikTok's next CEO will be Kelvin Mayer a top Disney executive who spearheaded the launch of Disney Plus.
TikTok a social app for sharing TikTok videos has exploded in popularity in recent years, but the China based service has bumped up against questions in the US and elsewhere for its privacy child safety, user data and content moderation practices.
And finally in the US, Apple said it's planning to reopen more than 25 stores in seven states.
The company's head of retail says, these coverings would be required for all of our teams and customers and we will provide them to customers who don't bring their own.
Temperature checks will be conducted at the door and posted health questions will screen for those with symptoms like cough or fever or who have had recent exposure to someone infected with COVID-19.
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