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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.


Wayfair CEO slashes 1,650 jobs after calling company ‘bloated’

The Boston company on Friday said it would cut 1,650 jobs, its third reduction in 18 months. The layoff includes about 500 people who live in Massachusetts.


Software firm Pegasystems trims jobs for second time this year

The Cambridge company said Thursday it was cutting 4 percent of its workforce, or about 240 jobs.


Mark Zuckerberg unveils ‘scrappier’ future at Meta after layoffs

Meta chief executive Mark Zuckerberg attempted to rally the troops on Thursday, following multiple rounds of layoffs that have decimated the social media giant's workforce.


Layoffs hit Nuance after Microsoft acquisition

Nuance Communications, the Burlington-based speech-to-text pioneer bought by Microsoft last year, is cutting jobs as it focuses more narrowly on the health care market.


Wilmington robotics company cuts jobs, outsources manufacturing

Symbotic’s revenue and order backlog have skyrocketed over the past year as customers including Walmart have been deploying its warehouse robotics systems.


Cambridge tech company Akamai cutting jobs

Akamai said on Tuesday that it took a restructuring charge of $45 million in the first quarter, mostly to cover the costs of severance for the laid-off employees.


Boston tech firms continue cutting jobs amid talk of a recession

Cybersecurity firm Snyk, liquor delivery service Drizly, and HR tech company Workhuman have slashed their workforces amid the weakening economy.