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  • Motorola opening office, looking to hire

    Blackberry is going through some tough times. Their devices simply aren’t succeeding, and they’re quickly losing money. In the wake of such financial losses, the company has had to downsize. It is laying off as many as 4,500 employees in its hometown of Waterloo, putting a lot of people out of jobs. Who will come to the rescue? .. Read more >>

  • JCPenney shares surging after earnings

    Shares of JCPenney are headed higher in pre-market trading following the release of Q3 earnings results this morning. The embattled retailer reported an adjusted loss of $1.81 per share in Q3, which may not compare with the consensus estimate for a $1.74 loss per share, as it includes a $0.73 loss per share on tax valuation allowance. .. Read more >>

  • Germany’s Siemens to axe 15,000 jobs

    German industrial giant Siemens is to cut up to 15,000 jobs as part of a cost-cutting programme. It will cut about 4% of its 370,000-strong workforce but aims to avoid compulsory redundancies, according to a company spokesman. The firm will shed 5,000 jobs in Germany and another 10,000 jobs abroad. .. Read more >>

  • Remove Half the Stuff on Your Resume

    There’s tons of advice out there about how exactly to answer interview questions, what to wear to that interview and how to follow-up afterwards, but what if you’re having trouble even getting your foot in the door? For many people, it isn’t a lack of experience, education or training that is keeping them from getting a call back. .. Read more >>

  • Climbing Amazon’s Corporate Ladder

    Inside the Internet juggernaut there’s near constant pressure to perform. In dozens of interviews ranging over two years for my book, The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon, employees often sounded exhilarated as they boasted that they have never before exerted a more direct influence on products and customers. .. Read more >>

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