Google has rescinded more than 2,000 offers to people who had been assigned to work as temporary and contract workers for the company, the New York Times reported on Friday. A Google spokesperson told The Times, “As we’ve publicly indicated, we’re slowing our pace of hiring and investment, and as a result are not bringing on as many new people — full time and temporary — as we’d planned at the...
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Big Tech and Big Media Have Made Up: Now What? Inside the New Era in the Tech and Media Wars
Despite all the knives pointed at big tech right now, some longtime antagonists to the tech industry seem to be taking a back seat in the fights. These are the big media companies whose leaders have for years poked, prodded and attacked tech leaders at every chance they got. This isn’t to say that reporters are easing up. News coverage of tech companies from journalists, of course, has...
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