Fort Worth Affected By Bell Helicopter Layoff
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Here’s the article from The Dallas Business Journal…
Bell Helicopter to lay off 115 engineers despite Q4 rise in profit
Fort Worth-based Bell Helicopter plans to lay off 115 engineers, mostly at its corporate headquarters in far east Fort Worth where it employs roughly 5,000 people, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.
The announcement comes as Bell, a division of Textron Inc., announced that its fourth-quarter profit was up roughly $1 million from the same quarter of 2012. Revenue increased in the fourth quarter of 2013 by $226 million, when the company said it delivered 13 V-22 tilt-rotors, 6 H-1 military helicopters and 75 commercial aircraft… READ ENTIRE ARTICLE HERE