Roku to Cut 200 More Jobs in Latest Round of Layoffs
Roku isn’t done shedding workers in order to turn around its woes. The streaming service has warned that it would lay off another 200 employees, or around 6% of its present workforce. It also intends to close or sublet offices that are no longer in use. The layoffs will help the company cut costs and focus on initiatives with a “better return on investment,” according to Roku.