According to the article, Meta, formerly known as Facebook, is reportedly preparing for a fresh round of job cuts.
The report, citing anonymous sources, suggests that the social media giant is looking to streamline its operations and reduce costs as it faces increasing competition from other tech companies.
The job cuts are expected to impact several departments across the company, including its product and engineering teams.
It is not clear how many jobs will be affected, but the report suggests that the number could be in the thousands.
This is not the first time that Meta has undergone job cuts.
In 2020, the company announced that it would be cutting around 1,000 jobs as part of a restructuring effort.
The move comes as Meta faces increasing pressure from regulators and lawmakers over its market dominance and handling of user data.
The company is currently facing multiple antitrust lawsuits and investigations, and recently announced that it would be changing its name in an effort to rebrand and distance itself from its controversial past.
Meta has not yet commented on the report of the impending job cuts.