U.S. Xpress Cuts Corporate Staff Ahead of Knight-Swift Deal
After losses widened in Q1, U.S. Xpress has cut its corporate staff for the third time in the past year as the trucking giant prepares to merge with the larger Knight-Swift Transportation.
XPO Confirms Job Cuts to Reduce Labor Costs
GREENWICH, Conn. — XPO, one of the world’s largest freight transporters, is reducing its workforce as part of a cost-cutting plan.
More Amazon Layoffs: 9,000 on Top of the 18,000 in January
NEW YORK — Amazon plans to eliminate 9,000 more jobs in the next few weeks, CEO Andy Jassy said in a memo to staff on March 20.March 20, 2023
Amazon to Slash More Than 18,000 Jobs in Escalation of Cuts
Amazon.com Inc. is laying off more than 18,000 employees — the biggest reduction in its history — in the latest sign that a tech-industry slump is deepening.
Amazon CEO Says Job Cuts Will Continue Into 2023
Amazon.com Inc. CEO Andy Jassy said the e-commerce giant will be cutting jobs into 2023 as it adjusts to business conditions, his first public comments about the cost-reduction plans roiling Amazon since reports that it planned to wipe out about 10,000 jobs.
Amazon Employees Fear ‘No One Is Safe’ as Layoffs Roil the Ranks
“No one is safe.” So wrote an Amazon.com Inc. employee on an internal chat room as the company began the largest round of layoffs in its history.
C&S Wholesale Services to lay off 175 in Connecticut
C&S Wholesale Services Inc. plans to permanently lay off 175 employees at its warehouse facility here, according to a notice filed with the state.
Ford to Cut 1,400 US Salaried Jobs in Reorganization
Ford Motor Co. is cutting about 5% of its U.S. salaried workers as part of a sweeping reorganization, which could include layoffs, in a move to help the automaker reverse its declining fortunes.
Volvo Announces Plan to Cut 4,100 From Workforce
Volvo Group will reduce its white-collar workforce by 4,100 starting in the second half of the year as it confronts lower demand during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. Steel Foreshadows Blue-Collar Pain With 2,700 Layoffs
U.S. Steel Corp. expects to lay off about 2,700 employees as the virus forces the company to idle most of its blast furnaces.