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GE cuts 12K power jobs as demand, renewables, skew market

Dec 7, 2017

General Electric's power division plans to cut about 12,000 jobs globally as demand for coal and other fossil fuels weakens amid an increasing shift to alternative energy

General Electric Co. to cut 12,000 jobs in its power division as renewable energy use grows, demand for coal wanes

Dec 7, 2017

General Electric Co. to cut 12,000 jobs in its power division as renewable energy use grows, demand for coal wanes

AP Exclusive: Top gossip editor accused of sexual misconduct

Dec 6, 2017

AP Exclusive: Former employees who worked with the top editor for the National Enquirer, Us Weekly and other major gossip publications accused him of sexual misconduct in the newsroom

Former employees accuse top editor at National Enquirer, other gossip publications of sexual misconduct in newsroom

Dec 5, 2017

Former employees accuse top editor at National Enquirer, other gossip publications of sexual misconduct in newsroom

New Mexico politician withdraws after sex harassment claims

Dec 5, 2017

Democratic New Mexico state Sen. Michael Padilla withdraws his name as a candidate for lieutenant governor, denies sexual harassment accusations

Report: Visa fires high-profile manager for violating policy

Dec 2, 2017

The technology publication Recode is reporting that Visa fired a high-profile executive for behavior that "violated" the credit card company's policy.

Macy's plans to hire 7,000 extra seasonal workers

Dec 1, 2017

Macy's plans to hire 7,000 extra seasonal workers, primarily for part-time positions

Italian archaeologist selected to oversee Rome's Colosseum

Dec 1, 2017

An Italian archaeologist has beat out 77 other candidates to be named the new head of the Colosseum in Rome

Jays analyst Gregg Zaun fired for "inappropriate behavior"

Dec 1, 2017

Toronto Blue Jays television analyst Gregg Zaun has been fired from Sportsnet for "inappropriate behavior and comments" toward female employees

Startup event in Finland puts spotlight on European tech

Nov 30, 2017

One of Europe's largest startup events is opening in Finland, with 2,600 companies and 1,500 investors networking and negotiating funding, as the region looks to ramp up an industry that has struggled to compete with the U.S. tech giants