Google will require employees to go back to the office in the San Francisco Bay Area and some other U.S. locations starting the week of April 4, CNBC reported. The move is noteworthy because many companies that have debated returning to the office during the pandemic took cues from big tech firms such as Google, which has repeatedly pushed off its plans. In setting the new date, Google cited...
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