Intel is gearing up for its first major layoff in more than five years, with thousands of sales and marketing positions potentially being cut in a cost-cutting measure, Bloomberg reported . The looming job cuts are the latest sign of trouble for Intel, which is grappling with declining demand for PCs and servers amid a looming recession. Intel, which reports third-quarter earnings on Oct. 27,...
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Welcome back,Amid all the hype for generative artificial intelligence, some venture capitalists have refused to join the fray. These young companies need so much capital and so much computing resources, the VC skeptics say, that they’ll have little chance of competing against Google, Amazon and other big tech companies that may soon have similar products.Our recent reporting this week was a...
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