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Business Events Layoffs

  • *Forecasts Q3 op profit of 10 bln yen. TOKYO, Nov 9- Japan Display Inc said it is slashing 30 percent of its workforce, or 4,700 jobs, to improve profitability but added that concerns about its cash position have eased as it is seeing strong demand for its screens from Chinese smartphone makers. But Japan Display played down liquidity concerns on Wednesday, saying...

  • CFO SAYS FURTHER JOB CUTS PLANNED AFTER 24 PCT STAFF REDUCTION IN YEAR-TO-DATE.

  • *Shares rise as much as 6.77 pct to $13.40. Shares of the company, which reported strong growth in ad revenue, rose as much as 6.77 percent to $13.40 in morning trading on Thursday. The Wall Street Journal has started laying off employees and reducing the number of sections in the newspaper, while the New York Times said in April it would shut some of its Paris...

  • People walk along Wall Street in New York.

    October's total was the second-lowest of 2016, the Challenger report says.

  • *Weekly jobless claims increase 7,000. WASHINGTON, Nov 3- The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose to near a three-month high last week, but remained below a level associated with tightening labor market conditions. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits increased 7,000 to a seasonally adjusted 265,000 for the week ended Oct. 29,...

  • October job cuts down 31%: Report

    John Challenger, Challenger, Grey & Christmas CEO and YPO member, sifts through the latest employment data.

  • ING Group's plans to shed 7,000 jobs and invest in its digital platforms to make annual savings of 900 million euros ($1 billion) by 2021, drew swift criticism from unions.

  • BERLIN, Nov 2- Volkswagen's supervisory board will hold an extraordinary meeting on Friday, Nov. 4, to consult on a wide-ranging restructuring of the carmaker, two sources close to the board told Reuters on Wednesday. Europe's largest carmaker is under pressure to make cuts at high-cost operations in Germany to help to pay for a shift to electric cars and...

  • Nov 2- Marvell Technology Group Ltd said it plans to cut about 900 jobs globally and sell non-core assets in a bid to lower costs by as much as $190 million annually. The company expects to complete the restructuring by end of October next year and bring down costs to $820- $840 million annually from $1.08 billion. Marvell has about 5,300 employees, according to its...

  • BERLIN, Nov 2- The supervisory board of Volkswagen will hold an extraordinary meeting on Friday, Nov. 4, to consult on a wide-ranging restructuring of the carmaker, two supervisory board sources told Reuters on Wednesday. Herbert Diess, head of the German carmaker's core VW brand, wants to cut annual costs at the troubled division by 3.7 billion euros through 2021...

  • Nov 2- News Corp's The Wall Street Journal will launch a new format for the newspaper with fewer sections on Nov. 14, and has begun laying off employees as part of an effort to cut costs, according to two memos reviewed by Reuters on Wednesday. On Wednesday, the Journal laid off staff of its Greater New York section, according to a memo sent on Wednesday from the...

  • TORONTO, Nov 2- Quebecor Inc's media subsidiary said on Wednesday that it will cut 220 jobs, nearly 8 percent of its workforce, and cease publication of two magazines in a bid to slash costs, the latest in a string of layoffs in Canadian media. Quebecor Media Group said the move would mostly affect managers, professionals and support staff, and would have no impact on...

  • TORONTO, Nov 2- Quebecor Inc's media subsidiary said on Wednesday that it will cut 220 jobs, nearly 8 percent of its workforce, and cease publication of two magazines in a bid to cut costs, the latest in a string of layoffs in Canadian media.

  • Nov 2- The New York Times Co reported a 95.7 percent fall in quarterly profit, hit by restructuring charges related to headcount reductions. Net profit attributable to the newspaper publisher fell to $406,000, or break-even per share, in the third quarter, from $9.4 million, or 6 cents per share, a year earlier. Revenue fell to $363.6 million from $367.4 million.

  • Nov 2- The New York Times Co reported a 95.7 fall in quarterly profit, hit by restructuring charges related to headcount reductions. Net profit attributable to the newspaper publisher fell to $406,000, or break-even per share, in the third quarter, from $9.4 million, or 6 cents per share, a year earlier. Revenue fell to $363.6 million from $367.4 million.

  • Twitter wanted to avoid announcing headcount reduction: Analyst

    Jason Helfstein, Oppenheimer & Co. Managing Director of Internet Equity Research, weighs in on Twitter's quarterly report, its announced layoffs and the failure to secure a bid.

  • Twitter may soon cut hundreds of jobs

    Bloomberg says the social media company could trim as many as 300 positions.

  • Twitter could cut as many as 300 jobs, or about 8 percent of its workforce, as soon as this week, Bloomberg has reported.

  • Bombardier to shed 7,500 jobs through 2018

    The Canadian plane and train maker announces more job cuts for a leaner, stronger company.

  • Deutsche Bank weighs more job cuts

    The firm is considering slashing thousands of more positions to bring down costs.