cost-reduction love

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  • Bank of America's chief executive, Brian Moynihan, announced a $5 billion cost-reduction plan that includes 30,000 job cuts as he fights to steady the lender and jump-start profits.

    What's News: Business & Finance

  • We need fundamental reform oriented around quality, cost-reduction and an aggressive attempt to reduce chronic disease.

    Dave Regan: Health Care Workers File Bold Voter Initiatives to Rein in Health Care Costs in California

  • While the firm wouldn't comment on individual layoffs, it said it was in the process of executing its cost-reduction plan as quickly as possibly.

    Nomura Lays Off 6-7 Staffers in India

  • To help deal with the challenging environment, Posco said, it raised its 2011 cost-reduction target by 40% to 1.4 trillion won $1.2 billion, and planned to cut total spending by 18% to 6 trillion won.

    Posco Net Plunges 78%

  • The investment-banking unit, which is responsible for the lion's share of the group's earnings, is already implementing a cost-reduction project known as Integra.

    Deutsche Bank Warns on Jobs

  • Mr. Frérot said as well as the disposals, Veolia will intensify its cost-reduction program by better standardizing work processes across the group.

    Veolia Plans Asset Sales to Pare Debt

  • Adjusting for the write-downs, Swedbank's fourth-quarter result was roughly in-line with market expectations, with solid interest income but disappointing fee income, said analyst Mads Thinggaard at Nykredit Markets, adding that investors would welcome the bank's new cost-reduction target.

    Swedbank to Cut Costs as Profit Dips

  • "ANZ said that due to the difficult environment particularly relating to funding costs and revenue generation, they'll need to go through an aggressive cost-reduction process," FSU National Secretary Leon Carter said.

    ANZ to Cut Hundreds of Jobs

  • Adjusting for the write-downs, Swedbank's fourth-quarter result was roughly in-line with market expectations, with solid interest income but disappointing fee income, said analyst Mads Thinggaard at Nykredit Markets, adding that investors would welcome the bank's new cost-reduction target.

    Financial Briefing Book: Feb. 15

  • While any cost-reduction goals are noble, entrusting unprecedented power to a small, unelected and unaccountable group has large risks.

    David Mixner: Reasoning, Not Rhetoric, Key to Charting a New Path Forward for HIV/AIDS Treatment

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