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Twitter Lays off Recruiters Amid Rumblings That Musk's Backing Out

Twitter Lays off Recruiters Amid Rumblings That Musk’s Backing Out

Twitter is the latest tech company to announce layoffs. The company has been turned upside down since Elon Musk announced plans to acquire it earlier this year.Photo: Amy Osborne (Getty Images) As Twitter continues to wait to sell itself to Elon Musk, who seems like he’s been trying to find a way out of the …

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The housing market is facing an 'untenable frenzy', according to a real estate appraisal consultant. He lays out why summer 2023 could be the time to buy.

The housing market is facing an ‘untenable frenzy’, according to a real estate appraisal consultant. He lays out why summer 2023 could be the time to buy.

Data and research from Miller Samuel Inc, a real estate appraisal and consultancy firm, powers some of the biggest real estate agencies in the US. With over 30 years in the business of real estate, co-founder Jonathan Miller has seen a range of different boom and bust cycles in the real estate market, and sees …

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JPMorgan's mortgage business lays off, reassigns hundreds of employees as rates climb

JPMorgan’s mortgage business lays off, reassigns hundreds of employees as rates climb

SlateStone Wealth Chief Market Strategist Kenny Polcari and Mayflower Advisers Managing Partner Larry Glazer discuss the Fed’s credibility and the impact of inflation on the markets. JPMorgan Chase’s mortgage business has become the latest casualty of layoffs as the Federal Reserve’s efforts to tame scorching-hot inflation send rates higher and dampen housing demand. Ticker Security …

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Coinbase lays off 18% of workforce as executives prepare for recession and 'crypto winter'

Coinbase lays off 18% of workforce as executives prepare for recession and ‘crypto winter’

Coinbase Founder and CEO Brian Armstrong attends Consensus 2019 at the Hilton Midtown on May 15, 2019 in New York City. Steven Ferdman | Getty Images Coinbase is laying off almost a fifth of its workforce amid a collapse in its stock and crypto prices. The cryptocurrency exchange will cut 18% of full-time jobs, according …

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