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OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei's new startup wants to launch a smartphone in the US to take on Apple

OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei’s new startup wants to launch a smartphone in the US to take on Apple

The telephone of nothing (1). Nothing UK-based consumer tech company Nothing is looking to the US, with ambitions to take Apples iPhone. The startup, the hardware company of Carl Pei – co-founder of Chinese mobile phone maker OnePlus – is in talks with US carriers about launching a new smartphone in the US, Pei told …

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Cramer talks about some hot industrial stocks and how we play Wall Street's kingpin from tech

Cramer talks about some hot industrial stocks and how we play Wall Street’s kingpin from tech

The market is so obsessed with technology that it cannot see the forest through the industrialists. If the talk isn’t about the cloud slowdown, it’s about who is stepping down from the now-private Twitter, or how disappointing it is that co-CEO Bret Taylor has left Salesforce (CRM). Mark Zuckerberg of Meta Platforms (META) might sneeze …

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Tech layoffs send visa holders on frantic job search to avoid deportation

Tech layoffs send visa holders on frantic job search to avoid deportation

After years of seemingly limitless expansion, America’s tech industry has hit a wall. Companies are in cash-preservation mode, resulting in thousands of job cuts per month and a wave of layoffs in November. While the sudden loss of a paycheck can be devastating for anyone, especially during the holiday season, the recent wave of cuts …

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November job growth slowed but will still show strength despite layoffs and hiring freeze

November job growth slowed but will still show strength despite layoffs and hiring freeze

Workers sort packages at a FedEx Express facility during Cyber ​​Monday in Garden City, New York on Monday, Nov. 28, 2022. Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty Images Job growth in November was expected to have slowed but remained strong, even in the face of layoffs and job freezes at major companies. The economy is …

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Cramer: Meta layoffs show Mark Zuckerberg 'has religion' on costs, but needs to cut more

Cramer: Meta layoffs show Mark Zuckerberg ‘has religion’ on costs, but needs to cut more

Club holding Meta Platforms’ (META) announcement on Wednesday that it is laying off approximately 13% of its workforce, or more than 11,000 employees, is a sign to us that CEO Mark Zuckerberg, in the words of Jim Cramer, “has religion” when it comes to trying to control the company’s uncontrollable costs. While we don’t welcome …

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