First Solar forecast sales well below estimates, and said it would slash about 1,600 jobs as it transitions to a new product ahead of schedule.
October's total was the second-lowest of 2016, the Challenger report says.
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.
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.
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.
The Canadian plane and train maker announces more job cuts for a leaner, stronger company.
The firm is considering slashing thousands of more positions to bring down costs.
The company said on Thursday that it expects 3,000 to 4,000 employees to exit between fiscal 2017 and fiscal 2019.
The German lender hopes the change will make the group 'more competitive'.
Elizabeth Holmes announced in an open letter to 'stakeholders' of the decision.
Announced layoffs by U.S.-based companies rose in September to the highest level since July, according to Challenger.
The company plans to cut about 3-thousand jobs in production, operations and research and development as well as 9-hundred jobs in consulting.
Ericsson plans to cut around 3,900 jobs in Sweden, ditching most manufacturing as it grapples with a shrinking market for network equipment.
Bank of America is set to cut about two dozen investment banking jobs in Asia, including some top dealmakers starting this week.
Goldman Sachs is cutting almost 30 percent of its 300 investment banking jobs in Asia in response to a slowdown in activity in the region.
Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund by assets, announces a firm-wide “renovation” that will include employee layoffs.
The entertainment company shifts strategy by licensing characters to video-game producers instead of making games itself.
Disney cut 5 percent of its consumer products and digital media staff, the latest in a series of belt-tightening moves by the entertainment giant.