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  • More layoffs at McDonald's; eight Illinois employers cutting 724 jobs

    More layoffs at McDonald's; eight Illinois employers cutting 724 jobs
    McDonald's, which last month jarred investors by reporting drops in annual profits, revenues and restaurant customers, said it's laying off 57 more workers in Oak Brook, only a month after plans to cut 63 jobs in its headquarters city were announced. The...
  • Industrial equipment maker Siemens to ax 7,800 jobs in cost-cutting drive

    Industrial machinery maker Siemens AG says it will cut 7,800 administrative jobs worldwide as part of an effort to streamline the sprawling company and its many businesses. Munich-based Siemens said in a statement Friday that 3,300 of the job losses will...
  • Oil layoffs abound, but we're pumping the most in decades

    WASHINGTON American oil production is still booming in Texas and other energy-rich states despite the oil price crash and resulting mass layoffs and shuttered drilling rigs, raising the question of what it's going to take to stop the fracking revolution....
  • Officials say struggles by McDonald's not a threat

    Officials say struggles by McDonald's not a threat
    Oak Brook officials remain confident about continuing a strong relationship with McDonald's, despite more recent news about declining sales by the Oak Brook-based fast food giant and the announced departure of President and Chief Executive Officer Don...
  • Tenet's Plan To Buy Connecticut Hospitals Is Dead

    Tenet's Plan To Buy Connecticut Hospitals Is Dead
    A final effort to salvage plans by a for-profit hospital chain to buy five nonprofit hospitals in Connecticut fell apart Wednesday afternoon as both Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Tenet Healthcare Corp. said that they could not reconcile their differences....
  • NComputing, in deep financial trouble, is for sale

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. As startups fill every corner of vacant real estate and tech giants post record sales, one little-known empire here is crumbling in the midst of the biggest tech boom in 15 years. NComputing, the third-largest company of its kind in...
  • Cummings warns of tough year for federal workers

    Cummings warns of tough year for federal workers
    WASHINGTON -- Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, the top-ranking Democrat on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, told a gathering of federal employees on Wednesday that he anticipates an "unprecedented and extremely damaging assault" on federal...
  • Bank of America to lay off more than 200 in Norfolk

    Bank of America to lay off more than 200 in Norfolk
    Bank of America plans to lay off 202 employees in a loan servicing unit in Norfolk by March 29 because of the continuing decline in the number of delinquent mortgages, the company confirmed Tuesday. Notice of the Bank of America layoff appeared on the...
  • Al-Anabi Racing's sudden departure causes ripple effects in drag racing

    Al-Anabi Racing's sudden departure causes ripple effects in drag racing
    In the smoky, greasy world of big-league American drag racing, the Al-Anabi Racing team stood apart. Funded by a speed-loving prince from the ruling family of the oil-rich Persian Gulf nation of Qatar, the team's shiny dragsters and its crews' crisp...
  • Walgreens cuts 252 in Orlando, as other pharmacy companies grow

    Walgreens cuts 252 in Orlando, as other pharmacy companies grow
    Walgreens announced Monday it will cut 252 jobs in Orlando, about one quarter of the current workforce at its pharmacy fulfillment center for Florida. The cuts come as several other pharmacy centers have added local jobs. A spokesman for the company...
  • Report recommends $26.7M overhaul of Lexington Market

    Report recommends $26.7M overhaul of Lexington Market
    Lexington Market could be rebuilt and host a weekly farmers' market if the city follows through on new recommendations for an institution dogged by a reputation for safety problems and lack of cleanliness. A report commissioned by the city calls for...