TheStreet.com shuts SF office
TheStreet.com, a financial news website, is shutting its San Francisco office, reported Portfolio.com. The announcement doesn’t say how many jobs that would mean, but surely not that many compared with the 5000 worldwide job cuts announced last week by Sun, which has its HQ in Silicon Valley. The announcement follows that of Six Apart last week, where 18 lost their jobs.
Meanwhile CNet links to who’s firing, who’s hiring.
I wonder if the folks at TheStreet.com followed the advice they printed last month about layoff do’s and don’ts.