Saturday, 10 November 2012

British Airways owner IAG battles staff over plans to cut 4500 jobs

British Airways owner IAG battles staff over plans to cut 4500 jobs
Telegraph.co.uk
The airlines group intends to axe almost a quarter of Iberia's 20,000-strong workforce and cut Iberia's fleet of 104 aircraft by 25 – the majority of which will be short-haul planes. The number of flights flown by Iberia across its network will be ...
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Telegraph.co.uk
IAG to cut 4500 jobs in Iberia restructuring
Huffington Post
LONDON — International Airlines Group warned on Friday that its Spanish carrier Iberia was "in a fight for survival" and unveiled a restructuring plan to cut 4,500 jobs as it reported a drop in third-quarter profit. Iberia CEO Rafael Sanchez-Lozano ...
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International Airlines Group boss faces second battle with staff in three years
The Guardian
The International Airlines Group boss Willie Walsh is lining up for a second major battle with his own staff in three years after announcing 4,500 jobs will be cut at Iberia, the Spanish airline he merged with British Airways. On the back of further ...
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The Guardian
Spanish airline Iberia to cut nearly a quarter of its workforce
Fox News
IAG said a Jan. 31, 2013, deadline has been set for reaching a deal with the unions, but that if no agreement is signed more job cuts and a greater reduction in Iberia's size and operations will be necessary to safeguard the company's future. Iberia ...
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IAG unveils major Iberia restructuring plan, to cut 4500 jobs
ATWOnline
The airline has set a deadline of Jan. 31, 2013 to reach ... The three main unions—SEPLA, UGT, and CCOO—have reacted angrily to the proposed job cuts and in a joint statement said they were willing to resort to industrial action if necessary. IB CEO ...
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Iberia to cut 4500 jobs, a quarter of airline's workforce
euronews
The Spanish airline Iberia is to cut four and a half thousand jobs – a quarter of its workforce. Its parent company, International Airlines Group, says the aim is to save the company which is “struggling for survival”. A deadline has been fixed for the ...
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euronews
UPDATE 4-IAG's Iberia to axe 4500 jobs in 'fight for survival'
Reuters
In addition to the job losses, IAG said it will cut capacity in the airline's network by 15 percent in 2013, focusing on profitable routes and downsizing its fleet by 25 aircraft. "Although radical changes are proposed at Iberia, this reflects the ...
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Cloud Computing Security Needed? Symantec Weighs In
Investor's Business Daily
But given that safe use of cloud computing can be sometimes lacking, Symantec — the largest company in IBD's Computer-Security industry group — this week fleshed out a strategy to develop more protections. Using resources distributed across the ...
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A CFO's five-point cloud deployment checklist
TechTarget
The increasing use of cloud computing and the rapid changes in cloud options can present challenges for CFOs and other executives who will ultimately sign off on -- or reject -- a cloud deployment. Executives may be confident that their IT staff has ...
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Local business briefs
Sun-Sentinel
The vitalization and cloud computing services provider acquired Charlotte-based MessageOps, a Microsoft cloud services and utilities company that assists clients with free tools that extend the functionality of Microsoft Online. Champion, founded in ...
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IDC projects healthy public cloud services growth through 2016
TechTarget
The latest prognostication about public cloud computing from IDC calls for a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18.5 percent between now and 2016 – with$43.2 billion in revenue anticipated by the end of the forecast period. (That compares with $18.5 ...
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MediSapiens Bags First Pharma Customer for Cloud-Based Oncology R&D ...
GenomeWeb
Finnish bioinformatics firm MediSapiens has signed its first customer for OncoGenomics Explorer, acloud computing-based application launched last September for use in cancer genomics research (BI 9/21/2012). The company said this week that Bayer ...
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ViaWest Partners with SolidFire on SSD Storage
Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine
Zine Web Tech Magazine) - ViaWest, one of the largest privately held data center, cloud computingand managed service providers in North America, announces its partnership with SolidFire to now offer predictable high performance solid-state drive (SSD) ...
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