Plans by Mexican state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos to cut jobs at its six refineries through attrition this year could undermine safety at the plants, an internal company document shows. Pemex plans to leave 9,374 vacancies at its refineries unfilled this year, 50% greater than its unfilled refinery positions last year, the document by refining unit Pemex TRI shows. Most unionized jobs at the politically sensitive company cannot be easily eliminated nor filled by workers who are not members of Mexico's powerful oil workers union.
After introducing new head coach Robert Saleh at Thursday's news conference, general manager Joe Douglas was asked in a 1-on-1 interview with SNY's Jeane Coakley about the Jets being linked to Watson.
In today’s TV news roundup, AMC released a trailer for “The Walking Dead,” and HBO announced a premiere date for Nick Bilton’s “Fake Famous” documentary. DATES “Fake Famous” will debut on HBO and HBO Max on Feb. 2. The documentary film, by first-time director and technology journalist Nick Bilton, follows three small-time influencers as they […]