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British engine maker Rolls-Royce cutting 4,600 jobs
PHYS.ORG Rolls-Royce, the British maker of plane engines, said Thursday that it plans to cut 4,600 mainly British jobs by 2020, adding to thousands of cuts already announced in recent years. 1 week
Tesla cuts 9 pct. of workforce in bid to post a profit
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Deutsche Telekom says will slash 10,000 jobs at subsidiary
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British mother pleads for return of seized cannabis oil
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Australia telecom giant Telstra to axe 8,000 jobs
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Amazon to create more than 1,000 new jobs in Ireland
PHYS.ORG Amazon will create more than 1,000 more jobs in Ireland over the next two years, it said Monday, vastly increasing its presence in the eurozone country. 6 days
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UK changes course, allows cannabis oil for epileptic boy
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New research reveals British Isles buried under ice sheets 2.5 million years ago
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Epileptic boy at center of cannabis oil case in UK hospital
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Trump’s new oceans policy washes away Obama’s emphasis on conservation and climate
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GE facing millions in penalities over French job pledge
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Daimler cuts profit forecast, blaming US-China tariffs
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Automation has the potential to improve gender equality at work
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UK reviews medical marijuana ban after outcry over sick kids
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Hawking's voice to be beamed into space during memorial
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China's Xiaomi announces pioneering listing plan
PHYS.ORG Smartphone maker Xiaomi on Monday became the first Chinese company to announce plans to issue securities on mainland China markets under a trial programme aimed at encouraging the country's tech giants to list at home. 2 weeks
China's ZTE dives 39% at resumption of trading in Hong Kong
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Samsung commits to using only renewable energy by 2020
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Xiaomi seeks to raise up to $6 billion in Hong Kong IPO
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