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Ford plans to offer financial incentives to convince salaried employees to depart voluntarily.
A source familiar with the plan told CNBC Ford's cuts will involve primarily salaried workers in North America and Asia.
Udacity partners with more than 30 companies, such as Google, AT&T, Facebook and Amazon, to teach the skills these employers look for.
The company claims more than 80,000 people in 65 major US cities, as well as a few in Europe and Israel, use WeWork's shared office space.
Ford was aiming to cut its global headcount by around 10 percent, people briefed on the plan said, the WSJ reported late Monday.
Trump said at a roundtable that he did not want to create labor problems for farmers.
The announcement comes a week after Tim Cook told CNBC about the $1 billion fund to spur jobs.
The German economy grew by 0.6 percent in the first quarter of 2017, driven by higher investment in construction, machinery and equipment, robust household and state spending as well as strong exports, the Federal Statistics Office said on Friday.
France’s Finance Minister Michel Sapin has said that he wants the newly-elected President Emmanuel Macron to succeed and win a majority in the country’s upcoming parliamentary election, though he insisted a cohabitation government would not hamper the country’s prospects.
Streaming service Netflix says it will hire 400 staff for its new Amsterdam-based European customer service headquarters and plans to announce at least six new original European projects before the end of 2017.
The Bank of England (BOE) held interest rates steady at 0.25 percent, as expected, on Thursday while implementing some widely anticipated modifications to its growth and inflation assumptions over the three-year forecast horizon.
BT said on Thursday it would cut 4,000 jobs in its Global Services unit that serves multinationals and scale back its dividend growth ambitions in a drive to recover from an accounting scandal and a profit warning.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva made a fiery defense against corruption charges leveled against him during five hours of testimony on Wednesday.
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This raised fresh doubts about whether the European Central Bank can start rolling back its stimulus measures soon.
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Under the Trump administration, business ties are ripe for investigation, and news moves at a rapid speed, writes ProPublica's Eric Umansky.
The number of openings was at 5.7 million on the last business day of the month, the monthly JOLTs report said.
Adecco's first-quarter profit rose more than a fifth as the world's largest temporary staffing company beat analyst expectations.
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