Since the start of the year, Tesla shares have swelled 183%.
The company said the cuts will occur no later than the summer of 2021.
Global aviation regulators grounded the 737 Max back in March 2019 after two fatal crashes involving Boeing 737 Max 8s.
With unemployment funds running out, the gains aren't expected to last.
Tech and IT companies say they face skilled-worker shortages but critics say visas allow firms to undercut U.S. employees.
The national fitness chain will remain in business but will permanently close about 130 gyms across the U.S.
It will also send Starbucks-branded Black Lives Matter T-shirts to hundreds of thousands of employees.
The Labor Department reported an overall increase in jobs, but the jobs benefitted White and Hispanic Americans the most.
Juneteenth is a tradition in the Black community that commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S.
Dunkin' said its U.S. franchisees are looking to fill positions "from front-counter to restaurant management."
Jobs cuts come as company tries to save $2.2 billion over the next three years.
EasyJet will soon start consulting with employees about the job cuts. It's also going to reduce the size of its fleet to cut costs even more.
Disney plans to reopen Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom on July 11. Epcot and Hollywood Studios will open their gates July 15.
French President Emmanuel Macron said he wants to make France the leading producer of clean vehicles in Europe.
The company dismissed the lawsuit after it reached an agreement with Alameda County to resume production.
Over the years, 19,400 lawsuits have alleged the company's talc-based baby powder contains asbestos.
The rideshare company already announced plans to lay off 3,700 employees earlier this month.
The 118-year-old retailer has accrued nearly $4B in debt but plans to reopen stores as lockdown measures scale back.
Wearing masks and frequent handwashings are now part of the hair care profession.
The NYSE's president said only a few brokers will be allowed on the floor, and that they'll have to follow some new safety measures.
Restaurants across the country are starting to reopen, but where you live will impact what that experience is like.
Retail stores are requiring things like masks, gloves, social distancing and sanitizing stations as coronavirus restrictions ease.
Local officials said they held "productive discussions" Tuesday with Tesla after receiving the company's site-specific plan for reopening.
CEO Jack Dorsey made the announcement in a staff email obtained by BuzzFeed News.
GM's global manufacturing chief said the company hasn't had any incidents of COVID-19 spread since it implemented safety protocols last month.