Trump says Sprint to bring 5,000 jobs back to U.S.
29 December 2016 | 9:00 am
President-elect Donald Trump says wireless carrier Sprint Corp will bring 5,000 jobs back to the United States and OneWeb, a new company, will be hiring 3,000 people.
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After Meta and Twitter, Amazon is the latest e-commerce giant looking to reduce its payroll. Reports in The New York Times and other outlets say this is part of the company's drive to cut any lossmaking or underperforming units. The job cuts, which could represent as much as 3 percent of the group's corporate workforce, would be the largest in Amazon's history.
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The wave of mass layoffs continues to shake tech companies, from global giants to startups. With growing demand from consumers stuck at home and online, the tech sector went on a hiring spree during the pandemic. But since last year, as inflation rose and profits slowed, hundreds of thousands of workers have lost their jobs.
Carmaker Ford has announced plans to eliminate 2,300 jobs in Germany, 1,300 in the UK and another 200 in the rest of Europe. It's part of a broader restructuring process as it aims to go all-electric in just 12 years.
The next presidential election in the United States is still 20 months away, but a second Republican has already thrown her hat in the ring: Nikki Haley, a former South Carolina governor and ex-US ambassador to the United Nations.
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