Google has rescinded more than 2,000 offers to people who had been assigned to work as temporary and contract workers for the company, the New York Times reported on Friday.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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The Flaws in FTC’s Amazon Case
Talk about anticlimactic. We’ve been expecting today’s Federal Trade Commission antitrust lawsuit against Amazon since the day commission chair Lina Khan was sworn into office in June 2021. After all, she rose to antitrust fame with her 2017 Yale Law Journal paper arguing that modern competition policy wasn’t equipped to deal with the threat Amazon posed. Yet despite the plentiful time for...
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