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Here is a FOX Business roundup of the companies that have either laid employees off or halted or slowed hiring.
The convenience store chain's cuts are related to an ongoing "integration process" of its $21 billion acquisition of Speedway gas stations that occurred in 2020.
The Labor Department on Thursday released new data on jobless claims, revealing that the labor market is beginning to cool as the Federal Reserve raises interest rates.
Earnings season really picks up speed on Thursday with a slew of reports on tap including AT&T, Domino's Pizza and Capital One Financial.
The video hosting, sharing and services platform has become the latest tech company to cut back on its workforce in preparation for an economic downturn.
Other tech companies being more cautious about hiring include Google, Meta Platforms, Spotify and Uber.
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The facility, which will be capable of producing up to six of the company's Delta-class spaceships per year, is expected to be fully operational by late 2023.
Seattle's mayor announced a $2 million plan on Wednesday to combat a shortage of police officers. The city has lost more than 400 officers since 2019.
The cryptocurrency lender Celsius said it will begin bankruptcy proceedings in Manhattan federal court as the prices of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have taken a nosedive.
Rivian CEO RJ Scaringe told employees in a memo on Monday that the company will halt certain non-manufacturing hiring and take "major" cost cutting measures to reduce spending and operating expenses.
Panasonic plans to build a $4 billion, 4,000-employee factory in Kansas to make batteries for the rapidly growing electric vehicle market.
The layoffs come after the tech giant cut its fourth-quarter revenue and profit guidance for fiscal year 2022, citing "unfavorable" foreign exchange rate movement.
More than half of consumers can't detach from work or don't think they could even while on paid time off which means they run the risk of burning out.
Economic confidence among small business owners plunged to another low in June as worries over scorching hot inflation and an incredibly tight labor market mount.
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More than 300 state employees in Virginia have resigned following a push by Governor Glenn Youngkin to get employees to return to the office.
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