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  • German unemployment unexpectedly rises in September

    BERLIN (Reuters) - German joblessness increased unexpectedly in September but the jobless rate remained low and a surge in August retail sales offered hope that private consumption can help prop up Europe's largest economy in the third quarter. The...
  • Investment banks prepare for tough winter in Russia

    MOSCOW/LONDON (Reuters) - The annual "Russia Calling" investment conference kicks off this week in Moscow with investment bankers in no mood to talk. Western sanctions have killed off any hope of a revival in takeovers, stock market debuts and...
  • Tag Heuer cuts some management and production jobs: LVMH executive

    PARIS (Reuters) - Tag Heuer, the biggest watch brand within French luxury group LVMH , has cut some management and production jobs in Switzerland in response to an industry slowdown, the head of LVMH watches said on Monday. Jean-Claude Biver said Tag...
  • Boeing to shift most defense work out of Washington state

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Boeing Co on Monday said it would move the majority of its defense services and support work out of Washington state to other U.S. cities, affecting the jobs of about 2,000 of its 5,200 defense employees in the Puget Sound region....
  • Low-cost? Low chance for Air France and Lufthansa

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Venerable old airlines Lufthansa and Air France know the smart money is in the low-cost market –Ryanair raised its forecasts again on Thursday - but powerful labor unions are keeping them from the bounty. The full-cost airlines...
  • Aurora firm OSI Group cutting 340 jobs in China

    Aurora firm OSI Group cutting 340 jobs in China
    OSI Group is cutting hundreds of jobs at its plant in Shanghai in the aftermath of the China food supply safety concerns that were uncovered in July, the Aurora-based company said Sunday night.   A total of 340 workers are being let go, including 226...
  • Employers who look beyond disabilities find dedicated workers

    Nearly a decade ago, Marine Lance Cpl. Kyle Anderson, a can-do guy out of suburban St. Paul, Minn., who was a state high school wrestling champion, was decorated for pulling a wounded buddy out of the line of fire in Iraq. Days later, in October 2004,...
  • Layoffs hit Freedom Communications as it ceases publication of L.A. Register

    Layoffs hit Freedom Communications as it ceases publication of L.A. Register
    Layoffs hit the Orange County Register on Tuesday after owner Freedom Communications ceased publication of its Los Angeles daily five months after it debuted. The number of layoffs wasn’t immediately clear, but it appeared to be a mix of both...
  • You may be your retirement fund's worst enemy

     You may be your retirement fund's worst enemy
    Ask just about anyone near retirement age if they think they will have plenty of money to last through retirement and you're likely to see their insecurity. A new study by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College shows they aren't being...
  • Freedom retreats from newspaper expansion by closing L.A. Register

    Freedom retreats from newspaper expansion by closing L.A. Register
    As he shut down the Los Angeles Register — a daily newspaper he launched just five months ago — Aaron Kushner found himself once again redefining "failure." The co-owner and chief executive of Freedom Communications, the parent company of...
  • In push for top spot, Volkswagen hits labor, robot problems

    WOLFSBURG Germany (Reuters) - In an era of automation, robotics and spotless factory floors, you don't expect to see car workers lugging metal along a production line. But at Volkswagen's main Wolfsburg plant earlier this year, workers had to resort to...