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Uber lays off about 400 employees in marketing department reorganization

A little more than two months after debuting its stock on the public market, Uber has made its first big cut to its workforce, laying off about 400 employees globally. In an email sent to staffers Monday, Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi said the company was reorganizing its marketing department across the globe.

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