France -Alcatel-Lucent restructures -June 20, 2013

Alcatel-Lucent, the network equipment maker that has struggled financially since its creation in 2006, is set to undergo another company-wide restructuring. The so-called ‘Shift Plan’ will mean more job cuts for the company, which currently employs about 72,000 people. The management has not yet specified how many job cuts the plan might entail, and said discussions will start with the trade unions.

English: http://www.fiercewireless.com/story/alcatel-lucent-unveils-radical-restructuring ...  

 

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