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Boeing slashes 12,000 jobs as virus seizes travel industry

WorldNews Wednesday, 27 May 2020
Boeing slashes 12,000 jobs as virus seizes travel industryBoeing is cutting more than 12,000 jobs through layoffs and buyouts as the coronavirus pandemic seizes the travel industry, and more cuts are coming. One of the nation's biggest manufacturers will lay off 6,770 U.S. employees this week, and another 5,520 workers are taking buyout...
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Chicago-based Boeing is cutting more than 12,000 jobs through layoffs and buyouts as the coronavirus pandemic seizes the travel industry. And the aircraft maker says more cuts are coming. Katie Johnson reports.

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