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How Apple has so far avoided layoffs: Lean hiring, no free lunches

By Aaron Tilley

21 Jan 2023 · 3 min read

Apple hasn't had a big round of redundancies since 1997. According to the WSJ, it's avoided the culls that have rippled through Big Tech by taking a disciplined approach to hiring and cost management.

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Layoffs have hit the tech industry hard—except at Apple Inc.

The world’s largest company has so far avoided the job cuts rippling through peers including Microsoft Corp., Google, Meta Platforms Inc. and Amazon.com Inc.

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