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For example, the Postal Service routinely mothballs sorting machines to cut out excess capacity, USPS officials have said.
The president, for his part, has described many of those critical as “disgruntled former employees” who were not cut out for his administration.
Tech’s coveted internships were some of the first roles to be cut as offices closed and businesses shuttered in response to the coronavirus.
A new app promises to use cutting-edge science and technology to tell you if you’re right.
The company, which employs about 2,800 people, plans to make a one-time payment of $20,000 to those who decide to leave San Francisco, New York, or Seattle, according to Bloomberg—though it also plans to cut their base salaries by as much as 10%.
Citigroup said this week it will restart job cuts, joining rivals such as Deutsche Bank AG and HSBC, which resumed staff reductions in May and June.
The current objective, agreed just six years ago, is a cut of 40% from 1990 levels.
Round stones are best because they are less likely to cut through the covering.
Analysts are less sure about what else might make the cut for this week’s event, as Apple is expected to unveil new iPhones next month and laptops with its own chips sometime before the end of the year.
The next quarter, although revenues were down, those cuts allowed TransDigm to maintain its eye-popping 40% profit margin.
THE BIG CORPORATE RESCUE AND THE AMERICA THAT’S TOO SMALL TO SAVEBY LYDIA DEPILLIS, JUSTIN ELLIOTT AND PAUL KIELSEPTEMBER 12, 2020PROPUBLICA

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