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Twitter plans to layoff hundreds of employees

Twitter is reportedly planning to layoff as much as eight percent of its staff, or around 300 employees. The news comes after Twitter failed to find a potential buyer.

Sony Pictures to cut 216 jobs in California

Sony Pictures Entertainment plans to cut 216 jobs in California and has filed with the state Employment Development Department, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Thousands of Washington State workers face potential layoffs

Olympia - Thousands of Washington State government employees are receiving notices that they could face a potential layoff if lawmakers are unable to reach an agreement in order to prevent a government shutdown.

Yahoo! planning reconstruction, major layoffs expected

A report released earlier today stated that Yahoo!'s new chief executive Scott Thompson, who has been on the job for a little over two months, is already considering laying off thousands of workers in an attempt to restructuring the company.

Hallmark presents layoff condolence cards

Hallmark has a card for just about every occasion. Whether it be a card for a birthday, graduation, baby shower, or wedding, Hallmark seems to have it all. Now, the company has launched a line of cards for people who have recently become unemployed.

NASA plans to eliminate 900 manufacturing jobs

NASA has announced plans to cut 900 manufacturing jobs as it prepares to retire its space shuttle fleet next year.The layoffs will be between now and the end of September.

45 Richmond, Va. Area Jobs to be Lost To Mexico

St. Louis-based Belden will close its Richmond area plant in Midlothian laying off 45 people. They have announced plans to transfer operations to their Mexico plant.

California Dreaming Now Nightmare for West Coast

The real estate market collapse wasn’t enough. Immigration woes continue along with gay rights concerns. But the A bomb of aggravation is the pending layoff of 20,000 government workers potentially for today.

Texas School District Behemoth Hands Out Pink Slips To Hundreds Of Teachers

One of the Nation's largest school districts has approved a massive lay-off that let go over 1,000 employees. Dallas Independent School District handed pink slips yesterday to over 400 contract employees, while others opted for a buyout last week.

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