: Unity Software to lay off another 600 workers: report


Unity Software Inc. will reportedly cut about 600 jobs in its third and largest round of layoffs over the past year.

The Wall Street Journal reported late Tuesday that San Francisco-based Unity will trim about 8% of its workforce amid renewed recession fears, and plans to close roughly 20 of its 58 offices around the world over the next few years.


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