Following on the heels of yesterday’s announcement that
Nissan will lay off 20,000, General Motors today said it will cut its salaried workforce by 14%, which amounts to about 10,000 jobs.
A list of other major product manufacturers that have recently cut workforce in a big way, according to
The Wall Street Journal:
A more complete list of recent layoffs.
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