Rolls-Royce said it is consulting with its labor unions regarding plans to cut 140 jobs at its Derby Assembly and Test Facility. The proposed job reductions are "the first stage" of a larger downsizing that could see 1,500-2,000 workers laid off on a worldwide basis. Actions are in response to the "current economic uncertainties," delays to specific programs such as the A380 and 787 and "the benefits of the group's continuing focus on efficiency," according to a statement. The reductions ...

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