The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines, including a report that says Marissa Mayer plans to cut 15 percent of the workforce and close several business units.
The Yahoo CEO creates an invest, maintain, kill list as part of the Internet company’s restructuring efforts.
CNBC's Dominic Chu recaps the latest major company earnings reports.
Bank of America, Citi Group and JPMorgan Chase are trimming jobs and branches.
The world's largest oilfield services company is receiving 'unscheduled and abrupt activity cancellations' from customers.
Britain's Pearson said it would cut 10 percent of its workforce and restructure once again to tackle a storm it is facing in markets.
Johnson & Johnson said it would cut about 3,000 jobs within its medical devices division, or between 4 percent and 6 percent of the unit's workforce.
The health care conglomerate plans to shed jobs within its medical devices division.
General Electric says it will slash thousands of jobs in Europe within the next two years.
BP is cutting another 5 percent of its workforce, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
U.S.-based firms laid off 23,622 employees in December — the fewest since 2000 — according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
We are at full employment, says John Challenger, Challenger, Gray & Christmas CEO, breaking down the latest data on layoffs, and unemployment.
Rick Snyder, Odeon Capital Group, and CNBC's Courtney Reagan discuss Macy's restructuring plan as the retailer attempts to trim expenses by about $400 million annually.
A big round of layoff may be on the way at Yahoo as the company struggles to get its restructuring plan back on track and activists call for change, reports CNBC's Landon Dowdy.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports Macy's is sending out pink slips after a dismal holiday season and it could signal a potential bad omen for other major department stores.
The British bank announces layoffs across Asia next week, including closures in South Korea and Taiwan.
Tech start-ups that are rightsizing their businesses heading into 2016.
EMC plans an unspecified number of layoffs ahead of its acquisition by Dell as the data storage company attempts to cut annual costs by $850 million.
The Japanese electronics giant is working to sharpen its focus on chips and nuclear energy.
The decline in layoffs last month could be the calm before the December storm.