Nigeria, Netherlands sign agreement on job creation
Nigeria, Netherlands sign agreement on job creation.
First Job - First suit
First job interview and nothing to wear? SUIT UP, recommends DWs Gerhard Elfers in his latest business column. But don't let mommy choose your style!
Ford to slash 12,000 jobs in Europe
The US car manufacturer said the move would pave the way for it to become profitable again as it focuses more on electric vehicles. It also confirmed that it would sell plants in five countries across Europe.
U.S. adds 75,000 jobs in May, jobless rate holds at 3.6%
U.S. nonfarm payrolls fell short of expectations with an increase of 75,000 in May, while average hour earnings also missed projections. Bloomberg's Michael McKee breaks down the numbers on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
‘I can’t get a job’ migrants struggle without IDs
‘I can’t get a job’ migrants struggle without IDs.
British Steel collapses but will trade in administration
The UK's second-largest steel maker has been battling a financial crunch over the past year. A court has now ordered its liquidation, leaving thousands of workers staring at job losses.
Volkswagen is ‘Tremendously Undervalued’ as a company, says CFO
Frank Witter, chief financial officer at Volkswagen, discusses the importance of China to his business, how a U.S.-China trade agreement would impact the company, enlarging their footprint in the U.S., expansion in China, the drop in sales in Audi and Porsche, the potential for job cuts, an IPO for the trucks division and unlocking value in their sports car division.
Volkswagen announces up to 7,000 job cuts
Despite high profits in 2018, Volkswagen has announced heavy job cuts. The company has said it would reinvest the money into developing electric vehicles.
Canadian Economy Adds 55,900 Jobs in February
Frances Donald, head of macroeconomic strategy at Manulife Asset Management, discusses the Canadian economy and job growth over the past two months. She speaks on BNN Bloomberg.