Apple is holding a special event about its news service on March 25. But for the past three years, we've seen the company ramp up hiring efforts for its media and news teams.
Apple is hiring in Cambridge... Massachusetts and United Kingdom, that is. And the data shows it's all to make Siri smarter.
We dive into Slack's job listings, app store review, and Glassdoor data to get a sense of the workplace chat software startup that's about to go public.
Hiring sprees for media streaming engineers shows that Apple is quickly building out its upcoming streaming service as it continues to lean into retail expansion.
Declining likes on Facebook and plateauing Twitter followers for two of Apple's most-important sub-brands.
As media companies like Buzzfeed, Verizon, and Vice cut their hiring efforts, Apple and Facebook are looking for media professionals.
Based on hiring data trends, it appears Apple has every intention to continue to invest in health technology in droves.
Overall hiring for Alexa-related is around, or above, the total percentage of Siri jobs at Apple.
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Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google job listings have had some key similarities and differences over the past week.