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  • With enrollment trending downward, can Dist. 95 keep adding staff?

    With enrollment trending downward, can Dist. 95 keep adding staff?
    If it continues to lose students, District 95 may have to look at cutting staff in the future. But for now, it doesn't have to do that. The discussion came up as Julia Becich, the district's director of human resources, presented enrollment numbers...
  • Newington Superintendent Warns Of Possible Teacher Layoffs

    NEWINGTON — Schools Superintendent William C. Collins told a somber board of education Wednesday that the district will likely have to lay off 10 employees to stay within the budget mandated by the town. "I've run out of creative ways for...
  • More layoffs planned at Express-Times newspaper

    More layoffs planned at Express-Times newspaper
    The Express-Times newspaper of Easton and its website will be hit with additional layoffs as the company integrates its staff with NJ Advance Media, the newspaper reported on its website Wednesday. Many employees will be offered jobs with NJ Advance...
  • Heinz's appetite grows with deal to acquire Kraft

    Heinz's appetite grows with deal to acquire Kraft
    H.J. Heinz is buying Kraft Foods in a deal that gives Kraft the chance to bring its iconic American foods to international markets while boosting Heinz's sales in the U.S. The acquisition, announced Wednesday with backing from Heinz owners Berkshire...
  • Hampton School Board approves $195.2 million budget, closing of Tarrant Elementary School

    Hampton School Board approves $195.2 million budget, closing of Tarrant Elementary School
    Closing Tarrant Elementary School, increasing class sizes to 30 students in fourth and fifth grades, and asking parents to pay for Advanced Placement tests were in the 2015-16 budget passed by the Hampton School Board Wednesday. Employee pay raises...
  • Justin Fox - Pack up the peanuts: Kraft's party is ending

    Justin Fox - Pack up the peanuts: Kraft's party is ending
    It is nothing new for Kraft Foods Group to undergo an ownership change. Since 1980, the company — which got its start in 1903 when James Lewis Kraft rented a horse and wagon to bring cheese from wholesalers to small stores in Chicago — has...
  • Hinsdale District 86 staff will be cut by fewer than two positions

    Hinsdale District 86 staff will be cut by fewer than two positions
    The Hinsdale High School District 86 Board approved a staffing plan that will slightly raise the average class size at each school, based on current enrollment projections, but remain below the limits previously set. At Hinsdale Central High School, the...
  • Disney Magical Express contractor files layoff notice for 204

    Disney Magical Express contractor files layoff notice for 204
    About 200 contractor employees that run Disney’s Magical Express are facing transition as a new company takes over the contract on June 1. Orlando-based Bags Inc. won a new contract with Disney in competitive bidding recently, displacing...
  • Former UBS Employee's Retaliation Case Goes To CT Supreme Court

    Former UBS Employee's Retaliation Case Goes To CT Supreme Court
    HARTFORD — Did Richard Trusz risk his career to stand up for UBS investors such as public pension funds, as commercial real estate prices hit the peak and then started to fall in 2008? Trusz, 58, lost his managing director job at UBS in Hartford...
  • City pension officials spend nearly $100,000 on trips

    City pension officials spend nearly $100,000 on trips
    Baltimore's spending panel agreed Wednesday to send a city pension director to London for a week — the latest of nearly $100,000 in travel expenses for top pension officials since 2013. The Board of Estimates authorized municipal pension...
  • McDonald's executives see 'urgent need for reset'

    McDonald's executives see 'urgent need for reset'
    McDonald's is taking a fresh look at everything from its organizational structure to its menu while sticking to financial plans that include billions of dollars in share buybacks and dividends, the company's financial leaders said Thursday. McDonald's is...