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Zenefits

Zenefits Is Laying Off Almost Half Its Employees

Roughly 430 employees will lose their jobs in Zenefits' single largest round of cuts, showing how the embattled startup fell far short of its lofty expectations.

Zenefits CEO David Sacks To Step Down

David Sacks, who took over as Zenefits CEO amid a scandal in February, is open to the possibility of working in the administration of President-elect Donald Trump.

Zenefits Lost $200 Million Last Year

The embattled startup is awash in red ink, with an additional $100 million loss in the first half of the current fiscal year, according to a financial document shared with investors.

Zenefits Co-Founder Sold Stock Months Before Scandal

Parker Conrad sold $10 million of stock months before the public learned of compliance failures that led to his resignation. The new CEO says he has changed the company’s values. “Everyone’s shit stinks” is now “Put the customer first.”

How Zenefits Crashed Back Down To Earth

Zenefits seemed to have everything that makes a Silicon Valley investor drool. But the reality was a whole lot messier.

Zenefits Software Helped Brokers Cheat On Licensing Process

A secret software program inside Zenefits made it seem that brokers were completing a legally required 52-hour online training course and led them to certify under penalty of perjury that they had actually done so.

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