Company is confirming it has laid off 100 temporary manufacturing employees at its Essex Junction, Vt., plant.
British drugmaker is restructuring its U.S. operations, starting with reducing its U.S. sales force by 1,000, following many of its top competitors in eliminating sales jobs.
Semiconductor company Intersil Corp. said Wednesday it is cutting its global work force by 9 percent because of the current economic turmoil.
Piramal Glass in Park Hills, Mo., says it is laying off 190 workers because of the troubled economy.
State’s manufacturing industry lost 700 jobs in August and September, and the layoffs keep coming as Hoyt Electrical Instruments laid off another handful of workers in less than a month.
Company's plumbing fixtures plant in West Tennessee has laid off 45 workers as the housing downturn continues to drag down the economy.
About 160 former employees of an idle pulp and paper mill in Old Town, Maine, will soon be going back to work now that the court-approved sale of the facility has been made official.
Aircraft company’s plants to reduce its work force levels amid the global financial crisis, Cessna’s chairman and chief executive warned in an e-mail to employees Tuesday.
Connecticut lawmakers are asking Pfizer to reconsider plans to hire foreign workers to replace some local contractors at its campuses in New London and Groton.
Oregon's high-tech giant Tektronix is laying off about 150 workers in the Beaverton area as it prepares for tougher times in 2009.
Block Corp. will cut 120 employees -- about half of its work force -- starting Jan. 1, as it blames a poor retail market for the layoffs.
Aircraft maker said Monday it will lay off about 5 percent of its worldwide work force in expectation of declining sales amid the global economic downturn.
World's leading mobile phone maker announced restructuring plans that affect more than 600 employees, primarily in its marketing and research functions.
U.S. Attorney's office says the president of a leather-goods factory raided last year has agreed to plead guilty to harboring and concealing illegal immigrants.
Auto parts supplier said Monday it plans to reduce working hours for some workers at a German plant later this week as the car industry cuts costs and braces for economic recession.
Security firm has laid off an undisclosed number of employees after the company failed to win a government contract for its Grizzly armored vehicle to replace the Humvee.
IG Metall expanded a campaign of brief strikes to underline its demand for a hefty pay hike, while employers stuck to their insistence on a moderate increase.
IG Metall is poised to launch brief strikes this weekend in the nation's struggling automobile sector as the union and employers spar over wage increases.
Aluminum maker is cutting about 100 jobs from its northern New York plant in Massena.
Union rep says Bobcat Co. is offering severance packages to about 100 hourly employees at its Bismarck plant before its six-week shutdown starts in December.
LSP Automotive Systems will add 61 jobs and spend $45 million expanding its metal stampings plant in Greenville.
Auto parts supplier says it will cut 7 percent of its worldwide staff to help cut costs as weakness persists in the U.S. economy and auto market.
Leaders of Boeing's striking Machinists union published details of a contract offer it says protects more than 5,000 factory jobs, as workers expressed mixed opinions about the tentative deal.
Wages and benefits paid to U.S. workers rose by a moderate 0.7 percent in the third quarter, the government said Friday, matching analysts' estimates.