Facebook will limit its offices to 25% occupancy and require temperature checks when some employees begin returning to work in early July. The changes, first reported by Bloomberg and confirmed to The Information by a Facebook spokesperson, also mean that certain office areas will require the wearing of masks at all times. As one of the first big companies to send its workers home due to the...
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Another Software Shakeup: Confluent Chief Revenue Officer Departs
As software gets harder to sell, top sales leaders are increasingly getting replaced. Larry Shurtz, chief revenue officer at data analytics firm Confluent, is leaving about 18 months after joining from Salesforce, according to a person with direct knowledge. His departure follows similar removals of sales leaders at major enterprise software firms such as Salesforce, Google Cloud and Okta...
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