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Amazon to Cut 9,000 More Jobs, Deepening Biggest Pullback Ever

  • Latest layoffs hit cloud services, HR, advertising teams
  • Amazon laid off 18,000 workers in cuts that began in November
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Amazon to Cut 9,000 More Jobs
Updated on Inc. is laying off an additional 9,000 employees, adding to cuts that were already the largest round of firings in the company’s history.

Chief Executive Officer Andy Jassy announced the cuts internally Monday, saying they would occur in the coming weeks and primarily affect Amazon Web Services, human resources, advertising and the Twitch livestreaming service groups.