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Boeing to Eliminate 4,000 Jobs by June

Boeing to Eliminate 4,000 Jobs by June

Boeing Commercial Airplanes has begun making large cuts to their workforce, as CEO Ray Conner announced a few weeks ago. According to Conner, Boeing plans on eliminating 4,000 jobs by June, which may only be half of the total cuts intended for this year. By the end of this down-scaling, the company expects to lay off around 8,000 employees, decreasing their size by 10 percent. As of now, the facility in North Charleston will be unaffected. 

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This Week in Politics

This Week in Politics

Five key states (Ohio, Florida, Illinois, North Carolina and Missouri), hit the polls on Tuesday. Pres. Obama made a significant Supreme Court announcement. We have all…
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