itigroup says it is slashing about 1,000 jobs in Texas and Nevada, citing decreased demand for home loans and mortgage refinancing.
A lawmaker is demanding financial evidence to support a plan for government-sponsored drug-testing of laid-off-workers. The bill came up for debate in a legislative committee on Wednesday morning.
Hundreds of North Texans are losing their jobs as Research In Motion, the maker of Blackberry, slims down its global workforce.
American Airlines is sending layoff warning notices to more than 11,000 employees although it expects job losses to be closer to 4,400.
An HP spokesperson says there will be layoffs at HP’s Plano plant as part of the company’s 27,000-position reduction –– the question is how many.
Plano-based J.C. Penney Co. says it has laid off 600 associates, or 13 percent of the staff at its headquarters today. The move comes as the department store chain looks to streamline its operations amid a major reinvention of the business.
More than 100 people working for United Parcel Service (UPS) in Carrollton will soon be losing their jobs.
Austin-based Whole Foods Market Inc. has announced that there will be mass layoffs at a Dallas location.
Commercial Metals Co., which has been hurt by weak construction demand, said Friday it plans to sell or close a number of facilities, leading to the loss of nearly 1,500 jobs.
According to a recent Gallup Poll, some 30 percent of American workers are worried about losing their job. CBS 11 News looks at what smart workers should be doing before that happens.
Pamela Daniel may be out of work, but she is not out of hope. “It’s been really stressful,” said Daniel. “Without my family supporting me, I probably wouldn’t be here today.”
Dallas school district leaders expect to see a $150 million budget gap. The expected deficit has driven the district to offer incentives for resignation, but the number of students isn’t decreasing.