Mozilla announced its decision to lay off approximately 250 people and shut down its operations in Taipei, Taiwan, in a blog post on Tuesday. Mozilla CEO Mitchell Baker wrote to the employees in an email that the brand’s pre-COVID plans were no longer workable.
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