Archive for March, 2015

Doepker industries lays off 58 employees in Saskatchewan

Another 58 jobs have been cut in Saskatchewan amid a downturn in the oil industry — this time at Doepker Industries. Among its products are trailers for the oil and gas industry. Lionel Doepker, part owner in the family-run business, says it has enough demand from the agriculture and forestry sector to maintain work for its 400 remaining employees. Plunging crude oil prices have prompted many …

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Paramount's Next President: The Most Dangerous Job in Hollywood?

Ever since Brad Grey took the studio's reins in 2005, he has ousted a string of lieutenants from the posts of Motion Picture Group president and president of production. read more

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Possible fiscal crisis forces Paterson school district to weigh 10-percent spending cut

State-appointed superintendent Donnie Evans wants to achieve most of the savings through “non-salary” items. But Evans’ memo outlining his cost-cutting strategy says there also would be job reductions affecting teachers, principals, administrators and support staff.

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State may offer thousands early retirement; layoffs possible

Thousands of state employees could receive incentives to retire early under a proposal Gov. Charlie Baker hopes will help plug a sizeable deficit in the next state budget, the administration confirmed …

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Council to address several key issues Monday

The City-County Council is expected to vote Monday on giving Angie's List $18 million to move to the old Ford plant east of its current headquarters.

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Embedded Job Market Expands, But Boomers Feel the Squeeze

By almost any measure, the job market appears to be looking very good right now for embedded engineers. But not for everyone.

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