Japan bank Mizuho eyes cutting workforce by one-third: reports

Major Japanese bank Mizuho Financial Group is considering slashing its global workforce by about one-third over a decade, reports said, as it looks to replace clerical jobs with artificial intelligence and other technology. The lender is looking at …
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