Netflix is facing another round of layoffs. On Tuesday, the streaming giant said it let go of about 150 employees, most based in the US. This is the second set of layoffs for Netflix following its earnings report in April that showed, its first subscriber drop in a decade.
“Our slowing revenue growth means we are also having to slow our cost growth as a company,” a Netflix spokesperson said in an emailed statement. “So sadly, we are letting around 150 employees go today, mostly US-based. These changes are primarily driven by business needs rather than individual performance, which makes them especially tough as none of us want to say goodbye to such great colleagues.”
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In addition to the subscriber loss shown in its first-quarter earnings report, Netflix also expects to lose 2 million more subscribers in the three months from April to June. The company citedand sanctions related to the war as factors impacting its number of subscribers.
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