Thread regarding Teva Pharmaceutical layoffs

The number keeps growing - now up to 14k

According to MarketWatch, the number of people Teva Pharmaceutical is getting ready to lay off is now up to 14,000. That makes for a quarter of our entire workforce.

With a number this high, I'm not sure that any department is safe. The next few years will be a nightmare of wondering if we are next...

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