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Real Estate : Real Estate Management & Development |
Based in China
Company profile

FLJ Group Ltd , formerly Q&K International Group Ltd, is a holding company mainly engaged in the provision and operation of long-term apartment rental platform. The Company provides branded apartments as well as a variety of value-added services for young and emerging urban residents. The Company uses Website, www.qk365.com, mobile applications and third-party platforms to promote apartment rooms and acquire potential tenants, including search engines, online classified information platforms, online rental listing websites and agents' WeChat corporate accounts. The value-added services mainly include complementary bi-weekly cleaning of common spaces, broadband Internet and bedroom cleaning at a charge. The Company mainly conducts its businesses in the domestic market.

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Goldman Sachs prepares for third round of layoffs in a year: report

1:52 pm ET May 30, 2023 (MarketWatch)

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS) is bracing for a third round of job cuts in less than a year. This round will affect managing directors and other senior executives, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday. The layoffs would cut fewer than 250 jobs and could come in a few weeks, the report said, citing people familiar with the matter. The latest workforce reduction -- largely the result of a soft deal-making environment -- comes after Goldman cut a few hundred employees in September and then slashed about 3,200 positions, or 6% of employees, in January. The financial giant had about 45,000 employees in the first quarter.

-Jon Swartz

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