REUTERS reports:

Union Pacific Corp’s (UNP.N) chief executive officer said on Thursday the railroad operator was considering slowing down the pace of hiring in the second half of the year amid a cloudy economic outlook, becoming the latest U.S. company to evaluate its staffing plans.

CEO Lance Fritz told Reuters in an interview the outlook was turning a “little cloudier” for consumer-facing companies, which is making railroad ...

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