Twilio layoffs accelerate

Another 1,400 employees shown the door

Tom Allen
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Twilio layoffs accelerate

Cloud communications firm Twilio has announced another round of redundancies, taking its total headcount reduction to about 2,200.

The company already laid off about 11% of its 8,992-strong workforce in September, and has now announced further job cuts affecting 17% of its staff. If that is based on its announced headcount ...

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