UMass Memorial Health Care is either eliminating or reducing hours for almost 100 positions as a way to rein in costs.
The UMass Memorial Health Care hospital system plans to eliminate 140 full-time positions as it seeks to find $80 million in cuts and new revenue for the fiscal year that starts in October.
Unemployment numbers for January are due Friday, but we’re getting some grim news now.
UMass Memorial Health Care, one of the largest health care systems in central Massachusetts, is planning to cut 700 to 900 jobs.
Talbots revealed Thursday that its planning layoffs and store closures, as the business continues to struggle.
Bank of America plans to cut about 30,000 jobs the next few years as it works to slash expenses and build up capital.
Gov. Deval Patrick says he’s “disappointed and frustrated” by news that Fidelity Investments plans to move more than 1,000 jobs out of the state.
TJX Cos. says it is shuttering its A.J. Wright discount stores by mid-February, cutting 4,400 jobs and converting some stores to other brands.