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Google postpones return to work until October, will require vaccinations – Google CEO Sundar Pichai told employees Wednesday that they will delay office returns by a month to October. – The company said it will require employees on campus to be vaccinated.“


Facebook requiring U.S. employees to be vaccinated to return to work – Facebook will require U.S. workers returning to its offices to be vaccinated, the company said on Wednesday. – The company will continue to evaluate its approach outside of the U.S. – Google said earlier Wednesday it would also require vaccinations for workers returning to the office.“


Twitter shuttering NY, SF offices in response to new CDC guidelines – Just two weeks after reopening its New York and San Francisco offices, social media giant Twitter said Wednesday that it will be closing those offices ‚immediately.‘ … The CDC this week recommended that fully vaccinated people begin wearing masks indoors again in places with high Covid transmission rates amid concerns about the highly contagious Delta variant.“


Facebook warnt Anleger

Facebook beats earnings expectations, but warns of significant growth slowdown – Facebook surpassed analysts’ estimates for earnings and revenue in its second-quarter earnings report. – CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent much of the company’s earnings call discussing his vision for the metaverse: a digital world Facebook is investing billions of dollars to create. – Facebook shares fell as much as 5% in extended trading on Wednesday after the social media company called for revenue growth to slow in the quarters ahead, even as second-quarter results came in ahead of estimates.“


Twitter Shopping im Pilottest

Twitter pilots a new shopping section for brands – Twitter is piloting a new feature that allows businesses to add a shopping section to the top of their profiles, the company has announced. The Shop Module launches in the US today and offers a carousel of products for visitors to browse. Tapping a product will link to a listing with the option of making a purchase without ever leaving Twitter. The pilot is currently limited to iOS devices for people who use the service in English, Twitter says.“

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