Microsoft under fire for hosting private Sting concert for its execs in Davos the night before announcing mass layoffs
The Wall Street Journal reported this week that Microsoft hosted an exclusive event for around 50 people at the Swiss ski resort on Tuesday evening. Sources told the publication that attendees had been treated to a live performance from iconic musician Sting. The next day, Microsoft announced it was slashing 10,000 jobs, citing macroeconomic conditions and changing customer priorities.
Published 4 months ago · Davos, Switzerland
Times of India
Microsoft hosted Sting concert in Davos a night before announcement to cut 10,000 jobs: report
The Wall Street Journal said in a report that "on Tuesday evening, Microsoft hosted an event. It was an intimate gathering of 50 or so people, including the company's top executives, who got to while away the evening listening to a performance by the musical artist Sting.
4 months ago·Mumbai, IndiaRead Full Article
New York Post
Microsoft hosted Sting concert in Davos just before layoffs announced: report
Top Microsoft executives reportedly hosted a performance by music legend Sting at the ritzy World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday night, just hours before the embattled tech giant announced a massive round of layoffs.
4 months ago·New York, United StatesRead Full Article
Microsoft held an invite-only Sting concert for execs in Davos the day before the company announced layoffs of 10,000 employees
The tech giant held a Sting performance in Davos where the business elite is attending the World Economic Forum, according to The Wall Street Journal.
4 months ago·United StatesRead Full Article
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