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Amazon cuts 9,000 more jobs, bringing 2023 total to 27,000

The job cuts would mark the second largest round of layoffs in the company's history, adding to the 18,000 employees the tech giant said it would lay off in January.


A running list of layoffs in the Boston-area tech sector

Dozens of companies have reduced their workforces, ranging from the regional offices of the tech giants to startups that have only been in a business a few years.


In latest tech layoff, Boston firm Klaviyo slashes 140 jobs

Klaviyo, which makes analytics and communications tools for businesses, is the latest local tech company to whittle down its workforce.


Second round of layoffs hits iRobot as Amazon deal is still pending

The Roomba vacuum maker — which is being acquired by Amazon in a deal that regulators are scrutinizing — disclosed the layoffs Monday as it released weak earnings results for the fourth quarter and full year.


Companies boomed selling exercise bikes and desk chairs. Now they’re laying people off.

As the pandemic kicked consumer spending into high gear, some companies came out as clear winners. But for many, that winning streak couldn’t last, and now they’re cutting their losses.


DraftKings cuts 140 jobs amid widespread tech sector layoffs

Unlike many other companies making job cuts this year, the Boston firm's workforce reduction was not due to slowing business or concerns about the economy.


Gloucester coffee startup Cometeer hits bitter stretch, cuts staff

The company, which was founded in 2015, sells flash-frozen pods of high-end coffee and has raised about $100 million of venture capital.


Cambridge software company HubSpot cuts 7 percent of workforce, about 500 people

HubSpot joins many other tech companies large and small that have made cuts after bulking up at the beginning of the pandemic, only to see sales fall off as the economy slowed and inflation rose.