The jet engine maker said the cuts come as it tries to keep staffing in line with business and economic conditions.
The struggling steelmaker announced idling operations Thursday as it warned employees of "a lot" of layoffs.
Honolulu-based commercial solar power company Hoku Corp. says its subsidiary is laying off about 100 employees at an Idaho manufacturing plant.
Hewlett-Packard is expected to announce deep cuts in its workforce when the world's largest personal computer and printer maker is scheduled to release its latest quarterly results.
Food maker General Mills Inc. said Tuesday it will cut about 850 jobs as part of a plan to lower costs and boost efficiency.
Germany's biggest industrial union and employers have reached a deal that includes a 4.3 percent wage raise for the sector's 3.6 million workers, both sides said.
For some of them, the choice to take a three-year transfer wasn't much of a choice at all: Anything to stay employed. But the 600-mile commute can get tiring.
More manufacturing jobs are being brought back to the U.S. and companies are ramping up innovation by incubating new products, services and internal processes.
Hewlett-Packard is poised to eliminate as many as 30,000 jobs to compensate for dwindling demand for personal computers, according to recent reports.
Eastman Kodak is planning to add positions in its coating and finishing operations in CO as part of an operations shutdown at the company's headquarters in NY.
The approximately $80 million investment will bring total plant investment to more than $700 million. Approximately 125 new jobs will be created, increasing employment nearly 10 percent to 1,150.
President Barack Obama has pushed for its renewal, saying it is key to his jobs-promoting goal of doubling exports over a five-year period.
Plexus Corp. says its new $50 million high-tech manufacturing plant in Neenah will create 350 jobs.
The Woonsocket Call reports the company plans to put $1M into the facility and hopes to increase its 50-member workforce by 25 percent as part of its expansion plans.
Since Kodak filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in January, the company has announced nearly 500 layoffs in the Rochester area.
A federal judge struck down new regulations governing union elections, saying the National Labor Relations Board did not follow proper voting procedures when it approved the rules last year.
The leading Japanese automaker built the factory at a cost of around 3.8 billion yuan, or about 50 billion yen, creating 2,000 jobs, it said.
Brose North America Inc. announced an agreement to buy the 380,000-square-foot facility to increase its capacity for door modules and seat structures.
Canon Inc. is moving toward fully automating digital camera production in an effort to cut costs — a key change being played out across Japan, a world leader in robotics.
The factory will be located on the outskirts of the city of Chennai, Tamil Nadu state, with operations scheduled to commence in 2014 and annual production targeted at 1.8 million units by 2018.
A tractor plant in Fargo is requesting a five-year tax break on an addition that owners say will add 48 jobs with an annual payroll of more than $3 million.
Rare Element Resources promises high-wage jobs and economic vitality to an area where 40 percent of the population is age 50 or older.
A bill that would delay efforts to end a program at Oklahoma City's Boeing plant to upgrade C-130 cockpits was approved by the U.S. House Armed Services Committee.
MSC Industrial Supply announced it has signed an agreement to create a first-of-its-kind certificate program with Tooling U, a leader in online training for the manufacturing industry.