Siemens Industry, Inc is preparing to eliminate more than 150 employees from its North Texas offices.
J.C. Penney Co. says it is laying off 350 more workers at its headquarters in Plano, as the department store struggles to transform its business under a new CEO.
The future is still uncertain for many Plano workers who learned Thursday that they could lose their jobs when Hewlett Packard cuts nearly 30,000 jobs worldwide.
More than 200 employees of the Fort Worth School District will lose their jobs under a budget-cutting plan aimed at putting a dent in the district’s $41 million projected shortfall this year, school officials announced Tuesday.
Christine Daniel is a veteran pilot for American Airlines. She’s also a single mother. With bankruptcy looming, Daniel is worried her flights are numbered.
American Airlines argued before a federal bankruptcy judge Monday that its union contracts need to be changed to make the company financially stable.
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.
American Airlines told employees last week that it wants to eliminate 13,000 jobs under a bankruptcy plan. The company has about 25,000 employees in the DFW area.
The manufacturer of the B-2 bomber and unmanned aircraft used by the U.S. military says about 210 people working at the company’s facility in Fort Worth will be laid off in February.
One of the more prestigious medical research centers in Texas is feeling the pinch of state budget cuts. U-T Southwestern Medical Center is laying off 105 employees and eliminating hundreds of positions.
The Dallas School Board has yet to move toward official teacher layoffs. And now comes a new budget overview that eliminates all layoffs for teachers.
DART’s board has approved its new budget, cutting spending by about 400-million dollars.