Tech layoffs, hiring slowdown stand out in red-hot job market:

Tech layoffs, hiring slowdown stand out in red-hot job market:

San Francisco: Compassandcamera |: Getty Images: US employers added more jobs than expected in April amid a tight labor market, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday. But the tech sector, which boomed during the pandemic, is showing signs of contraction. Facebook parent company Meta is pausing hiring and scaling down some recruitment plans, Insider … Read more

Tech layoffs, hiring slowdown stand out in red-hot job market:

Tech layoffs, hiring slowdown stand out in red-hot job market:

San Francisco: Compassandcamera |: Getty Images: US employers added more jobs than expected in April amid a tight labor market, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday. But the tech sector, which boomed during the pandemic, is showing signs of contraction. Facebook parent company Meta is pausing hiring and scaling down some recruitment plans, Insider … Read more

Mario Batali: Woman who accused the celebrity chef of groping her testifies in criminal trial:

Mario Batali:  Woman who accused the celebrity chef of groping her testifies in criminal trial:

CNN: – A woman who says she was sexually assaulted by celebrity chef Mario Batali took the stand Monday on the first day of his criminal trial in Boston, testifying that he groped her during an impromptu selfie session in 2017. Natali Tene said she posed for photos with Batali while, out-of-frame, he took advantage … Read more

NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what did not happen this week:

NOT REAL NEWS:  A look at what did not happen this week:

A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the week. None of these are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked them out. Here are the facts: ___ Posts misrepresent outdated UK guidance on COVID-19 vaccines: CLAIM: A document shows that … Read more

Amazon tribes turn the tables on intruders with social media:

Amazon tribes turn the tables on intruders with social media:

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) – It was dusk on April 14 when Francisco Kuruaya heard a boat approaching along the river near his village in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest. He assumed it was the regular delivery boat bringing gasoline for generators and outboard motors to remote settlements like his. Instead, what Kuruaya found was a barge … Read more