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PayU Layoffs Employees Of PaySense, The Startup Acquired 6 Months Ago!

Naspers-owned fintech major PayU has decided to layoff a sizeable number of employees of PaySense, the electronic credit firm it acquired in an all-cash deal in early this year. The firm didn't disclose the...

Cognizant Churns it’s Workforce as Covid19 is Crashing Hard on the Economy

Once again, Cognizant layoffs employees in India. The New Jersey-based IT servicing and consulting firm Cognizant (NASDAQ:CTSH) is levelling up their employee's attrition rate due to the aftermath of Covid19 crisis. But the spokesperson...

Sony To Layoff 2000 Employees As Mobile Phone Division continue to Struggle

Staying competitive in the smartphone business nowadays is almost impossible unless you are able to create Apple iPhone like magic with the features like OnePlus offers at a jaw-dropping price. Sony, once the global leader in electronics, is learning...

BSNL Is All Set To Lay off 54,000 Employees

Amid the rising competition and an ongoing price war between the operators, India's largest telecom player Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has decided to lay off 54,000 employees, which equals to one-third of the company's total manpower. It's also reported...
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When A City Had To Pay Ransom To Cyber Criminals!

While the rapid advancement in technology surely did gift us with newer and more powerful devices, be it smartphones or iPads, it...

Can Twitter’s New Feature Really Make You Feel Safe?

Twitter has been on what seems like a campaign to make the site a place for more meaningful conversations among users. Ever...

TikTok Acquisition: Not A Cake Walk for Microsoft

After President Trump announced an order banning US companies' transactions with Chinese businesses, which is set to come into effect 45 days...