Tech companies have laid off hundreds of thousands of workers but their chief executives have not been fired or resigned.
Bed Bath & Beyond says it is looking at “strategic alternatives.” Layoffs are almost certainly in its future.
Amazon announced an increase to 18,000 staff firings and AMD launched new chips at the CES show in Las Vegas.
Washington Post staff cuts have begun and will worsen if advertising continues to fall and its subscriber business does not recover.
Google may be preparing to fire 10,000 people, but CEO Sundar Pichai is not going anywhere.
Amazon's CEO suggested he will gut the cloud and e-commerce employee base beyond the 10,000 people he has pushed out into the economic winter.
Unlike other underperforming white-collar workers at Ford, CEO Jim Farley, will not be trained to improve his job performance or let go.
What kind of CEO continues to fire people without admitting to what have been several mistaken changes in strategy?
Ford’s evolution into an electric car company was cited as a reason for recent layoffs.
24/7 Wall St. has developed this layoff tracker to keep track of the notable job cuts.
Are recent job cuts at Walmart as big a deal as the business press seems to think?
Ford management continues a media tour in which it slowly signals layoffs. The most recent example is a comment by its chief financial officer. CFO John Lawler told Yahoo! Finance that “We’re...
The age of the electric vehicle seems to be a chance to revolutionize Ford’s fleet and eliminate billions of dollars in expenses.
The car business is almost always hit hard by an economic downturn. Employment in the industry probably will continue to weaken.
What do substantial layoffs at Netflix, Peloton, Tesla and others say about the state of the economy?