Articles Tagged "Twitter"
Silicon Valley's Boom-Bust: Were Tech Layoffs Preventable?
Tech layoffs continue, with mega-brands like Amazon, Salesforce, Microsoft and now Google axing thousands of employees. Were these job cuts preventable?
Remote Work: The Divide in Big Tech
There's a growing wedge among big tech companies, with some pushing for a return to the office and others clamoring for flexibility. But why?
Is There Anything to Learn from Musk’s Run at Twitter?
A mercurial billionaire bought and privatized one of the largest social media networks on a whim. Who isn't paying attention to how it will play out?
Twitter and the Risks of Hasty Layoffs
Lowering headcount is the first course of action for too many companies looking to cut costs. A more measured approach is required.
How to Not Conduct Layoffs: Meta vs. Twitter
Meta and Twitter are just two extreme cases of what's happening across the tech industry (and beyond). HR leaders should take notes.
Elon Musk Is in Better Shape Than You Think in the Twitter Saga
Elon Musk agreed to buy the social media service and now he wants to back out. Will the courts make him pay up?
Twitter's Frankenstein Moment
The company has finally proven its business relevance, but at the cost of frustrated employees, an executive exodus and an unstable share price.
What Happens to Twitter After Elon Musk's Takeover Fails
Stock analysts are pessimistic, but employee discontent and the company's leadership failures are what may ultimately sink Twitter.
Elon Musk and Twitter’s Business Are on a Collision Course
Elon Musk's desire to return to the more freewheeling days of old puts him in conflict with employees and advertisers alike at Twitter.
Analyzing the Hybrid Work Strategies of Twitter and Google as They Return to the Office
The latest moves by the two tech giants highlight the differing opinions about how to approach hybrid and distributed work. What's right for your company?