Twitter, which had just reopened its San Francisco and New York offices last month, said in a statement that it will close those locations and pause other reopenings. (Photo: Jason Doiy/ALM)

Not long ago, businesses were optimistic that employees would begin returning to the office this fall as the pandemic eased. But now, as the new Delta variant surges, many companies are tapping the brakes on those plans.

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