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More than 6,000 tech and biotech job cuts upend Bay Area economy

More than 6,000 tech and biotech job cuts upend Bay Area economy

As recessionary pressures continue to mount in the region and across the country, tech and biotech companies have now revealed plans for enough job cuts to cut more than 6,000 Bay Area jobs, reductions that could weigh on the region’s economy in the weeks and months. come. Job cuts affecting thousands of workers in the …

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Updates: Mumu Hotpot at Bay Street;  Soft opening of Simburgh Bakery;  End of Public Market Bakery popup;  Food Hall Adeline Updates - The E'ville Eye Community News

Updates: Mumu Hotpot at Bay Street; Soft opening of Simburgh Bakery; End of Public Market Bakery popup; Food Hall Adeline Updates – The E’ville Eye Community News

Some local business news since our last update in August. Construction of the Bay Street “Dinning Terrace” continues with construction of Uchiwa Ramen, Shake Shack and Arthur Mac’s Little Snack progressing steadily. The previously advertised Sababa Israeli street food is no longer listed on the Bay Street website. Previously announced Core Power Yoga opened to …

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A strong labor market and falling inflation could keep recession at bay

You’d think that after the craziest, goofiest, most disruptive, petty midterm elections in history, we could finally expire and settle back into our careers, job searches or whatever. what normal humans occupy in normal times. . Maybe even a bit of well-deserved self-constructed banality. Right? No chance. As of this writing, a week into the …

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