More than 146,192 workers at U.S.-based tech companies have been laid off in mass job cuts so far in 2023, per a Crunchbase News tally. See who the latest companies are to cut roles.
Following his layoff, tech worker Anmol Sahai took the chance to found a workflow software startup for in-house legal teams.
As tech quiets down on hiring, several other industries have quickly gobbled up some of the 141,000-and-counting laid off tech workers in the U.S.
Managing communication with investors is crucial for the success of a startup. Ripple Ventures' Matt Cohen shares a few key ways that startups can...
Just days after announcing a new CEO, Twitter is reportedly acquiring tech talent hiring platform Laskie in what may be the social networking...
The rise in layoffs has broadened the pool of potential entrepreneurs. That’s where accelerators and incubators come in.
Following his layoff, tech worker Peter Henry took the chance to found a Latin American fintech for farmers.
Pink Slips to Pitch Decks: Laid-Off Tech Workers Roll The Dice In Iffy Funding Market To Start Their Own Companies
In Part One in our three-part series, we chat with investors and founders while looking at U.S. funding numbers for early-stage startups.
From January through March, largely U.S.-based tech companies managed to lay off more people than they did in the entirety of last year. There was a...
When staff layoffs are executed, considerations around diversity are often not prioritized, writes CEO and author Kamales Lardi in this guest piece.
Analysis: Layoffs At Big Tech Companies, Brutal As They Are, Have Walked Back Only 8% Of Pandemic Growth
While large tech companies have collectively laid off hundreds of thousands of workers in just over a year, those job cuts follow three years of...