- Uber laid off 435 employees on Tuesday in its engineering and product departments, TechCrunch first reported.
- In a statement, Uber said the move was about staying nimble as a 27,000-person, global company.
- Tuesday’s firings follow a similarly sized cull in Uber’s marketing department in July.
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Uber fired 435 employees from its product and engineering teams on Tuesday in its second major round of layoffs this year.