London black cab maker cuts 156 jobs - PwC


LONDON, Oct 31 (Reuters) - PricewaterhouseCoopers, administrators to Manganese Bronze, on Wednesday said it had cut 156 jobs at the struggling maker of London's black taxis. "Regretfully, without financial support to overcome the group's operational issues we have had to make staff redundancies," said Matthew Hammond, joint administrator and PwC partner. The majority of jobs were cut at Manganese Bronze's manufacturing site in Coventry, while other positions ...

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