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On Wednesday, April 17 (Reuters), a company spokesperson said Alphabet-owned Google laid off an unspecified number of employees, marking the latest cuts at the technology giant as it cracked down on costs.
The Google spokesperson said the layoffs are not company-wide and that affected employees will be able to apply for internal roles, but did not specify the number of employees impacted nor the teams involved.

“Every child has the right to feel safe and protected in their own home – how is this poor child going to sleep tonight or in coming nights? What are the long term effects on her going to be?”

A small percentage of the impacted roles will move to hubs the company is investing in, including India, Chicago, Atlanta and Dublin.
The layoffs follow a slew of job cuts across Google and the tech and media industry this year, adding to fears that layoffs may continue as companies grapple with economic uncertainty.
“Throughout the second half of 2023 and into 2024, a number of our teams made changes to become more efficient and work better, remove layers and align their resources to their biggest product priorities,” the spokesperson added.

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The logo of Google LLC is seen at the Google Store Chelsea in New York City

According to a Business Insider report on Wednesday, employees across several of Google’s teams in its real estate and finance departments have been affected. It added that the finance teams affected include Google’s treasury, business services, and revenue cash operations.
According to the Business Insider report, Google’s finance chief, Ruth Porat, sent an email to staff saying the restructuring includes expanding growth to Bangalore, Mexico City, and Dublin.

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