SpaceX, the private rocket company founded by the billionaire Elon Musk, is laying off about 10 percent of its work force in what it framed as a necessary cutback to position the company for an ...
SpaceX workers affected by company-wide job cuts could check out another employer that’s hiring right across the street. On the same day Elon Musk’s rocket company was ... week that it’s cutting about ...
SpaceX, the rocket company headed by Elon Musk ... first time the company has made job cuts, however:, In June, Musk fired seven members of the senior management team, reportedlyover disagreements ...
SpaceX is laying off ten percent of its 6,000-person workforce as it tackles two hugely expensive projects. Elon Musk's rocket company said its finances are healthy, but that it needs to make cuts so ...
Amid the fanfare of the Falcon Heavy successfully embarking on its second-ever trip to space, Elon Musk announced that his company was able to recover ... The next step is to put the fairings to work ...
But a short while later, it was revealed that Elon Musk’s space company is planning to cut its workforce by around 10 percent, equal to around 600 jobs. First, more on that launch. SpaceX’s Falcon 9 ...
Hours after launching its first rocket of the new year on Friday morning, the Elon Musk-led company ... percent of its workforce in June. As with Tesla, some SpaceX employees who were laid off took to ...
Today Elon Musk unveiled the new landing leg attachments that have been fitted to Space X's Falcon 9 rocket ... percent chance of recovery on the first flight of v1.1; this time there's maybe a 30 ...
Elon Musk ... these cost cuts primarily with lighter materials, stronger rockets, and reusable technology. Take a ride with Elon through his Martian fantasy. You and 99 or more other passengers board ...
Hours after launching its first rocket of the new year on Friday morning, the Elon Musk-led company ... percent of its workforce in June. As with Tesla, some SpaceX employees who were laid off took to ...
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the cluster of satellites — part of a system called Starlink — pushed off from the rocket that carried it to orbit. The individual satellites slowly began to drift toward their singular journeys above ...