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Byju’s ‘laying’ off 500 employees

Byju’s ‘laying’ off  500 employees

Byju’s is laying off about 500 employees, including from sales, amid a financial crunch, sources said, even as the edtech firm maintained that it is in the final stages of business restructuring to streamline operations. - File photo



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New Delhi: Byju’s is laying off about 500 employees, including from sales, amid a financial crunch, sources said, even as the edtech firm maintained that it is in the final stages of business restructuring to streamline operations. PTI

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