Levi Strauss & Co. is cutting about 15% of its corporate workforce worldwide because of a sharp decrease in sales due to the coronavirus pandemic, the company announced Tuesday. The cut of 700 office jobs, which won't affect employees at stores or factories, will save the San Francisco-based jeans maker about $100 million a year.
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