Iconic American brands go through mass layoffs and bankruptcies in Trump recession

  • NBCUniversal: 35,000 layoffs
  • Disney: 28,000 layoffs
  • Cineworld (Regal): 20,000 layoffs
  • American Airlines: 19,000 furloughed
  • MGM Resorts: 18,000 layoffs
  • JCPenney: 15,000 layoffs
  • Raytheon: 15,000 layoffs
  • United: 13,400 furloughed
  • Shell: 9,000 layoffs (global )
  • Coca-cola: 4,000 layoffs (U.S. and Canada)
  • Allstate: 3,800 layoffs
  • The Cosmopolitan: 3,100 layoffs
  • Bed Bath and Beyond: 2,800 layoffs
  • Dow Chemical: 2,100 layoffs (global)
  • Marathon: 2,050 layoffs
  • Bon Appétit: 2,154
  • Estee Lauder: 2,000 layoffs
  • Amtrak 1,950 layoffs
  • SeaWorld: 1,900 layoffs
  • Ford: 1,400 layoffs
  • KPMG: 1,400 layoffs
  • Dave & Buster’s: 1,300 layoffs
  • General Motors: 1,200 furloughs
  • SalesForce: 1,000 layoffs
  • Spirit Airlines: 1,000 layoffs
  • LinkedIn: 960 layoffs
  • Alcoa: 700
  • Wells Fargo: 700 layoffs
  • L Brands (Victoria’s Secret, Bath and Body Works parent co): 850 layoffs
  • Levi Strauss: 700 layoffs (global)
  • Marriott: 673 layoffs
  • Warner Media: 600 layoffs
  • Goldman Sachs: 400 layoffs

--

--

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
CAP Action

CAP Action

Hard-hitting news + analysis paired with action on the issues that matter most. Working alongside @AmProg.