Ford to Cut 10% of Salaried Workforce in Asia, North America
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Ford Motor Co. outlined new steps in its global cost-cutting efforts, saying it will reduce salaried workforce in key regions by 10% amid "an accelerated attack on costs."
Cisco to Lay Off 1,100 More Workers
Cisco Systems said it would lay off another 1,100 employees and forecast a drop in quarterly revenue as the networking company contends with market shifts.
EU to Fine Facebook Over WhatsApp Acquisition
The European Union's antitrust watchdog is poised to fine Facebook on Thursday for giving "incorrect or misleading information" to investigators who were probing its purchase of chat app WhatsApp in 2014.
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Target Aims to Reshape Image as a Leader on Low Prices
Target's shares gained after profit topped lowered expectations. But sales continued to fall, and the retailer outlined plans to redesign stores, launch more brands and lower prices.
Volkswagen CEO Targeted in Emissions Cheating Probe
Volkswagen Chief Executive Matthias Müller has been targeted for the first time in a probe in connection with events linked to the disclosure of the company's emissions-cheating scandal, threatening the company's efforts to put the two-year-old saga behind it.
Halliburton President to Become CEO
Halliburton Co. said Wednesday that Jeff Miller, a board member and president of the oil-field-services company, will be its new chief executive officer.
Caterpillar Faces Call to Shake Up Audit Committee
An investment group wants to shake up Caterpillar's audit committee, amid mounting scrutiny of the machinery giant's offshore tax strategy.
Exxon Mobil to Enter Mexican Gas-Station Market
Exxon Mobil plans to open its first Mexican service station in the second half of the year, joining the likes of BP Plc in the country's newly opened motor fuels market.
Ralph Lauren Taps Another Outsider as CEO
Ralph Lauren is taking another chance on bringing in an outsider to run the company, tapping Procter & Gamble's top beauty executive to be its next chief.
As CSX Vote Looms, Investors Worry About CEO Hunter Harrison's Health
The railroad's shareholders are set to vote June 5 on a resolution to pay $84 million to reimburse CEO Hunter Harrison for compensation he surrendered when he resigned from another railroad.
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May 17, 2017 17:15 ET (21:15 GMT)