Elon Musk is apparently laying off more Twitter employees for at least the fourth time since declaring the firm was finished with layoffs. The social media platform reportedly fired “dozens” of workers on Saturday night, according to The Information. The source estimated that 50 employees were impacted, but Platformer’s Zo Schiffer later claimed that the actual number was probably significantly more.
Schiffer tweeted on Saturday that he had “heard that the Twitter layoffs last night were far above 50 and touched several departments including engineering,” and that product manager Esther Crawford was one of those who had been let go by the company over the weekend.
There are a few things about Crawford’s leaving that are noteworthy. She was one of the most recognisable faces at “Twitter 2.0,” aside from Musk himself. She managed development of the organization’s planned payments technology and oversaw the makeover of Twitter Blue. She even posted a picture of herself dozing asleep on Twitter’s office floor at one point.
Martijn de Kuijper, the creator of Revue, tweeted on Saturday morning that he had lost his job.
Waking up to find I’ve been locked out of my email. Looks like I’m let go. Now my Revue journey is really over
— Martijn (@mdekuijper) February 26, 2023
“Waking up to realise I’ve been shut out of my email,” he stated. “It appears I’ve been fired,” At the beginning of this year, Twitter shut down Revue. Musk didn’t mention the layoffs on Twitter. He tweeted early Sunday afternoon, “Hope you have a fantastic Sunday.”
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“The beginning of the rest of your life.” More than 80% of Twitter’s full-time employees have reportedly been laid off since he took over the business last year. The company’s daily revenue was reportedly down 40% year-over-year as of January.
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