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Uber has fired more than 400 product and engineering employees in its second major round of layoffs this year (UBER)

Business Insider Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
Uber has fired more than 400 product and engineering employees in its second major round of layoffs this year (UBER)**

· *Uber laid off 435 employees on Tuesday in its engineering and product departments, TechCrunch first reported. *
· *In a statement, Uber said the move was about staying nimble as a 27,000-person, global company. *
· *Tuesday's firings follow a similarly sized cull in Uber's marketing department in July. *
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