Google cuts at least 100 jobs across cloud unit, sources say | News World

Thomas Kurian, CEO of Google Cloud, speaks at a cloud-computing conference held by the company in 2019.

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Alphabet is laying off employees from several teams in Google’s cloud unit, one of its fastest-growing businesses, CNBC has learned.

The company notified employees last week of the cloud cuts, with roles being eliminated in sales, consulting, “go to market” strategy, operations and engineering, according to internal correspondence viewed by CNBC. At least 100 positions were cut, said people familiar with the matter who asked not to be named because they weren’t authorized to speak about the layoffs.

Insider previously reported some details of the layoffs.

A Google spokesperson told CNBC the cuts are incremental across teams to better align its go to market organization.

“As we’ve shared before, we continue to evolve our business to meet our customers’ priorities and the significant opportunity ahead,” the spokesperson said. “We maintain our…


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