Tagged With Job Cuts

The ABC will cut 250 jobs as part of its 5-year plan, and will discontinue the ABC Life and Comedy brands

Iconic handbag brand Mulberry plans to slash 25% of its global workforce on fears of slow growth after reopening stores

Lyft is laying off nearly 1,000 employees — 17% of its workforce — as the coronavirus sends the ride-hailing industry into a nosedive

Tens of thousands of layoffs could hit H&M employees as the coronavirus causes 'significant negative impact on sales'

Wayfair shares tumble most since October as company cuts over 500 jobs in bid to stop losing money

Morgan Stanley is cutting 1,500 jobs. Expect more as banks cull before bonus season.

WeWork lays off 2,400 employees

Juul is laying off 650 workers and plans to cut spending by $1 billion as it braces for a hit to sales after pulling popular flavours

Juul confirms plans to cut 500 jobs as it prepares for a ban on flavored pods, which make up 80% of its US sales

Macquarie is slashing 100 equity trading jobs in London and New York this week

WeWork is reportedly cutting 2,000 jobs as soon as this week, and the staff is turning on Adam Neumann

HSBC is reportedly planning to axe 10,000 jobs amid a brutal year for global bank workers

UBS is reportedly preparing to overhaul its investment arm — and it could mean hundreds of job cuts

Barclays says 3,000 jobs have been culled so far this year

Citigroup is reportedly cutting hundreds of jobs this year — another sign the slump in trading is here to stay

A fired Deutsche Bank trader reportedly sent 450 internal messages after leaving — and the bank is probing a potential client data breach

We went shopping at Bed Bath & Beyond and saw why the company is plotting a turnaround

Deutsche Bank just posted its biggest loss since 2008 after taking a $3.8 billion charge to overhaul the bank

David Jones is reportedly suggesting regional workers move to the other side of the country as it slashes 120 jobs

Deutsche Bank is being slammed for paying $52 million 'golden parachutes' to fired execs — right after managers got lavish suits made while thousands got the axe