The heartless conduct of big tech companies who have casually announced massive layoffs thrusts the stigma of failure on hapless employees
Before an Amazon parcel reaches you, it travels by road, by rail, or even by plane and that determines how fast you get your order. But now if you're a customer in Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hyderabad, or Delhi that could change and your shipment could travel in an airplane. Amazon has launched Amazon Air India and now customers in these four locations could order even later in the night and expect to get that order the next day. Watch!
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Telangana minister KT Rama Raohe had run into Amazon India’s head Amit Agarwal during a flight in 2014 and invited him to Hyderabad. "Since then, I would say the love story of Amazon with Hyderabad, actually went from strength to strength," Rao said.
The program, named RxPass, includes more than 50 medications addressing over 80 chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, anxiety, diabetes and male pattern baldness, Vin Gupta, Amazon Pharmacy's chief medical officer, told Reuters.
Amazon Air will utilise the cargo capacity of two Boeing 737-800 aircraft operated by Quickjet Cargo Airlines to exclusively transport packages for Amazon across four major Indian cities, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Delhi and Mumbai. India is the third market, after the United States and Europe, where the company has launched Amazon Air.
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After years of blistering growth, most recently fuelled by remote working and studying during the pandemic, cloud demand has cooled in the past nine months and sales growth may slow further
In one of the WhatsApp groups, there are more than 800 jobless Indian IT workers who are circulating among themselves vacancies appearing in the country.
"This is certainly a difficult time for me and my family," the analyst with 3.6 years of experience in product and business analytics wrote.
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The job cuts affect 6 percent of its workforce, and follows thousands of layoffs at tech giants including Amazon.com Inc, Microsoft Corp and Meta Platforms Inc who are downsizing after a pandemic-led hiring spree left them flabby in a weak economy
Unlike its tech peers, Apple grew much more slowly during the pandemic and its hiring over the past few years has followed the same general trend since 2016
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The layoffs are the latest in the U.S. technology sector, with companies cutting their bloated workforce and slashing costs to reverse pandemic-era excesses and prepare for a worsening global economy.
"It is really disheartening, without any performance considerations they are laying off just like that," wrote Samyak Jain who had worked with Amazon for six months. "It was my first job and my first experience in software development."
Amazon intends to cut off more than 18,000 roles as part of a workforce reduction. In number of layoffs, the company has surpassed the 11,000 job cuts at Facebook-parent Meta and other tech-industry peers.
Tom Mboya Opiyo wrote about his experience in a LinkedIn post, sharing that he had sold his house and cars in preparation for a relocation that never panned out thanks to Amazon layoffs.