Really? You could have chosen a different word on a day like today.
It has all gone pear-shaped for Chinese conglomerate LeEco after the firm told nearly 70 per cent of its US staff that their services will no longer be required. LeEco had around 500 employees in the US, largely based in Silicon Valley. They hired some big-name engineers from competitors, but on Tuesday management announced …
Lets give the Reg benefit of the doubt... The article could have been prepared earlier. More importantly though, when you start to self-censor, you actually play into the hands of the b@stards behind this.
That's what they want... More negative change and FUD forced upon us is a clear win for them. Try to let to go, and if you can't, sorry to upset anyone as its not what I wanted...
Perhaps not the best choice of words in regards to Manchester, but bloodbath is a common term used to describe mass layoffs.
On a different note, the picture of the Sepulveda dam brought back a lot of memories, with some dating back almost 60 years. Do wonder if that site was chosen as a Buckaroo Bonzai reference.
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