As you know, this is not new, we have been following with great interest the news of the Youtube channel Bloomberg Technology for quite some time now because we know that its content is particularly appreciated by our community. That's why we're writing this article today, because we already know that it will arouse your interest.
Here is the last video of the youtube channel Bloomberg Technology. It's called Amazon, Twitter and Others Tap Brakes on Hiring and as you can imagine, it's already of great interest to Internet users. You can find it right here.
For several hours, many people have been talking about this new video on social networks and it also makes people react on many discussion forums. This is not the first time that the Youtube channel Bloomberg Technology releases a video that makes people talk about it, and we know your great interest for this kind of content.
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Amazon, Twitter and Others Tap Brakes on Hiring published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Technology:
Tech companies are once again tapping the brakes on hiring as they contend with sluggish consumer spending, higher interest rates and the impact of a strong dollar overseas. Bloomberg's Matthew Boyle reports.