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Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi speaks onstage at Day 1 of the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit 2018.

Uber has fired more than 400 product and engineering employees in its second major round of layoffs this year

The company previously laid off 400 marketing employees in July as it seeks to cut costs and appease anxious investors.
The move will reportedly affect assemblers and maintenance workers.

Lowe’s is laying off store workers across the country as it pivots to third-party vendors

The company declined to say how many people are affected by these layoffs, and said that workers will have the chance to apply for open jobs.
Uber Technologies Inc. CEO Dara Khosrowshahi and co-founder Garrett Camp take a selfie photograph on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) during the company's IPO in New York.

Read the full email Uber CEO wrote to employees about why the company was laying off 400 workers

Uber laid off 400 people, or roughly one-third of its marketing department, this week. Here's how the company is restructuring.
A Ryanair airplane taxis past two parked aircraft at Weeze Airport, near the German-Dutch border, during a strike of Ryanair airline crews in Weeze, Germany, September 12, 2018.

Ryanair says it will cut 900 pilot and flight attendant jobs because of Brexit concerns and the Boeing 737 Max grounding

CEO Michael O'Leary cited Boeing 737 Max delivery delays, Brexit uncertainty, and rising costs and competition. The airline will also close bases.

Uber reportedly laid off 400 employees from its global marketing team

The layoffs are part of Uber's efforts to optimize operations and reduce spending, according to The New York Times.

3,000 people have lost their jobs so far this year in a media landslide

Layoffs and buyouts have rocked the media industry, claiming over 3,000 jobs in 2019. The latest were at MAD Magazine, Quartz, and Meredith.

Deutsche Bank is set to fire 18,000 employees around the world — and the layoffs may look totally different depending on where they happen

Laid-off employees in the US typically pack up and leave immediately. Europe gives workers a few weeks to finish up projects.
Deutsche Bank’s Wall Street offices on July 8th, 2019 as layoffs begin.

We stood outside Deutsche Bank’s New York office as staff who’d just been laid off walked out. Here’s what we saw.

Deutsche Bank employees and ex-employees were not eager to talk, but it was clear that morale is not high.

Deutsche Bank is cutting 18,000 jobs as it restructures. Here are 29 signs that your company could be next.

Deutsche Bank is restructuring, meaning about 20% of its staff will be laid off. These signs suggest your company could be doing something similar.