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Infosys Announces 1000s of American Jobs, $35M U.S. Education Center

Vice President Mike Pence sang the praises of the Trump economy at an event announcing that Infosys Technologies will spend $35 million on a new U.S. Education Center in Indianapolis, Indiana by 2020 and will hire 2,000 to 3,000 new employees in the state by 2023.

Walt Disney Company CEO Robert Iger, seen in 2012, said he's "open" to staying on board as the company's leader beyond his 2018 expected departure

Disney under Investigation for H-1B Abuse, Say Feds

The Walt Disney Company and other employers regularly utilizing the H-1B visa program are under investigation for alleged abuse, according to a Department of Homeland Security letter to Congress.

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SCE Dumps American Staff, Imports H-1B Tech Workers from India

Southern California Edison (SCE) announced a “transition effort” that will dump 500 employees and replace them presumably cheaper H-1B visa holders imported from India. Many laid-off employees are complaining that in a demoralizing betrayal, some laid-off workers are being assigned to train their India replacements on how to do their jobs.