Amazon layoffs in the works

Amazon is reducing its workforce in Seattle, and in other locations, reportedly slicing several hundred jobs, according to the Seattle Times. The report claims several hundred will be out of work at the etailer’s headquarters, with hundreds more in global …

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Sniper Ghost Warrior dev hit with huge layoffs

Polish dev CI Games has shed lots of employees from its workforce. Despite a profitable year, Sniper Ghost Warrior developer CI Games will dramatically downsize its current employee count to about just 30 people. The company announced that its internal …

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Movement Mortgage after company layoffs: We are not reducing our staff

On Monday, reports began to circulate across news outlets that last week, Movement Mortgage quietly laid off 75 of its employees from various offices across the U.S. The layoffs were split between operations campuses in Fort Mill, South Carolina; Norfolk …

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After asset sale to Hilcorp, XTO Energy files notice for layoffs in New Mexico

XTO Energy Inc., an Exxon Mobil (NYSE: XOM) subsidiary, informed New Mexico that it could be laying off up to 232 people. The potential layoffs stem from a deal announced in December when XTO Energy sold some San Juan assets to Houston-based Hilcorp San …

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Layoffs announced at The Press of Atlantic City, Catamaran media

The Press of Atlantic City said Tuesday it has eliminated 16 jobs, including four vacant positions, to reduce costs because of declining advertising and circulation revenue. The layoffs include employees at The Press of Atlantic City, a daily newspaper …

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Bombardier cautions major layoffs at QC rail plant on horizon without any new orders

At least half of the plant’s 600 jobs are on the line once the contract to make new subway cars for Montreal’s metro system ends. MONTREAL — The railway division of Bombardier Inc. says losing out on a large electric train contract in Montreal may force …

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