The Canadian Press

2015-05-12 | Rio Tinto Job Cuts

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Rio Tinto has announced job cuts at its Montreal headquarters. And, as Canadian Press reporter Peter Ray tells us, the reductions come as the company prepares to move into its new digs -- with the Alcan name missing from the building. (Alcan has been used since 1925 when it was formally called the Aluminium Company of Canada. It was acquired by Rio Tinto in 2007 for 38-billion dollars.)

Date: 2015-05-12
Placeline: MONTREAL.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 27 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << Rio Tinto is shedding between 110 and 170 jobs at a spokeswoman for the mining company says those reductions are in corporate jobs that support various metal groups about 800 employees currently work for the aluminum and other metal group divisions in months where y'all the Rio Tinto Alcan moniker will still be used for Montreal's new Planetarium and sponsorship events like the Montreal Jazz Festival >>