Headlines Humpday: Netflix fires 150

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  • Netflix is ​​laying off 150 employees, or nearly 2% of its workforce, with 70 layoffs in its animation department alone. This is followed by layoffs that occur a few weeks after the layoffs in the editorial and marketing departments. a grim income statement and the company’s first net loss of subscribers in ten years. [Hollywood Reporter]
  • San Francisco will be another step toward establishing a public bank on Thursday, as recently hired public banking consultant HR & A Advisors come on board. [48 Hills]
  • A man was fatally shot in Silesian Park in San Jose on Wednesday, making it the third murder in the city this week. [KTVU]
  • Anchor Pantry, a gourmet grocery store on the 600th block of Marine Street in Vallejo, was set on fire by suspected arsonists on Tuesday. [Bay City News]
  • The path of the 100 Giants at the Giant Sequoia National Monument, which was nearly devastated by a wind fire last year, has reopened, and the State Home Demonstration State Forest reopens on Friday. [Chronicle]
  • The primaries in the Republican Senate in Pennsylvania, where Dr. Oz is, are still too close to convene. [KRON4]
  • Republican MP Madison Cowthorne of North Carolina lost the primaries despite receiving approval from Trump. [CNN]
  • After a six-week break, White House briefings on COVID resumed with the participation of a new pandemic response coordinator, Dr. Ashish K. Ja. [New York Times]

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