Boeing to cut 10% of civil aviation jobs

The aircraft manufacturer Boeing, faced with the health crisis and the setbacks of the 737 MAX, is preparing to cut 10% of jobs in its civil aviation division, two sources…

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Coronavirus forces Hyundai to halt production in South Korea

South Korean automaker Hyundai will gradually halt production in South Korea, where it assembles 40% of its vehicles, due to the coronavirus epidemic in China that is disrupting its supply…

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Audi will eliminate 9,500 jobs by 2025

Audi will eliminate 9,500 jobs in Germany by 2025 as part of a transformation plan to make the company “efficient and sustainable,” the German automaker said today. The Volkswagen subsidiary…

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American Walmart stores will no longer sell e-cigarettes

Walmart announced Friday that it will stop selling electronic cigarettes in its stores, including Sam’s Clubs, following a series of mysterious illnesses and deaths related to vaping. The largest chain…

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British tour operator Thomas Cook officially declares bankruptcy

The British company Thomas Cook officially declares bankruptcy. The oldest tour operator in the world has failed to find the funds necessary for its survival. “Despite considerable efforts, discussions between…

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GM stops production in Oshawa because of strike in the United States

The assembly of vehicles is suspended until further notice at the General Motors (GM) plant in Oshawa, Ontario, due to the strike of the automaker’s workers in the United States….

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Mitsubishi Aircraft opens a research and development center Canada

The aerospace division of Japanese automaker Mitsubishi will invest up to $ 135 million in Boisbriand in a new research and development center that will ultimately create 250 new jobs…

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Uber wants to go public, but could “never be profitable”

Uber Technologies has 91 million users worldwide, but its growth slows down and could never lead to profit, according to the IPO prospectus filed Thursday by the giant of the…

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