Rolls-Royce, trying to regain investors’ confidence in the face of its declining revenue performance, has unveiled a cost-reduction plan that will include 2,600 job cuts. Even though Rolls cited its Civil Aerospace unit as a bright spot in an October profit warning, the job cuts will come “principally” from Civil Aerospace, the UK-based engine manufacturer said in a statement Tuesday. The jobs will be cut over the next 18 months with the majority made in 2015, the company ...

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