Ad firm relat­ed to Bud Light’s Dylan Mul­vaney part­ner­ship lays off about 20% of work­force: Report

An ad firm linked to the part­ner­ship between Anheuser-Busch and trans­gen­der activist Dylan Mul­vaney laid off about 20% of its work­force, accord­ing to a report.
The firm, Captiv8, issued anoth­er round of lay­offs late last month, in which it fired 30 of its employ­ees. Though it is unclear if the fias­co with Mul­vaney and Bud Light, the lat­ter owned by Anheuser-Busch, played a role in the lat­est lay­offs, some employ­ees have spec­u­lat­ed that it did, accord­ing to a report.
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“I’m guess­ing that Dylan Mul­vaney con­tributed,” one laid-off exec­u­tive told the New York Post. “They weren’t lay­ing peo­ple off before.”
The report­ed round of lay­offs comes after the …