Good morning and welcome back to TechCrunch’s Equity Monday, a brief jumpstart for your week.
A few housekeeping observes. First, the primary, long-from Equity episodes still drop every Friday, so if you are behind, check your podcast feed. Likewise, we’re running a listener survey which you can find here, in the last ep’s shownotes. And eventually, I am off next week, so Danny Crichton will take over Equity Monday for us. I’ll be right back.
All that behind us, here’s what we talked about this morning 😛 TAGEND
This essay from The Margins that was the one thing anyone has spoken about on Twitter this weekend SoftBank slithers are out, and they are quite a lot Jack Ma quit SoftBank’s council Looking onward, Nvidia and HPE report earnings, Build is happening, and we’re anticipating another week of COVID-1 9 story. Hello Customer caused EUR6 million are consistent with Tech.EU, while Pennylane conjured EUR4 million, likewise according to the Europe-focused technology publication. And this morning I was taken in by the news that Swiggy is cutting around one-seventh of its personnel. News that the Indian food delivery was increasing headcount came Zomato, a local rival, was also cutting staff. Not a great trend. The Indian startup market has become important and gigantic, realizing these layoffs all the more worrisome.
Equity will be back Friday morning with more. Welcome to the week!
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