Pioneer said it would lay off 230 employees at its headquarters and in its
“Decisions like these are never easy. In this case they were necessary to both align our cost structure with our business strategy and to create value for our shareholders over the long term,” the company said in a statement.
Pioneer reported $350 million in profits in the first quarter, during which it produced 320,000 million barrels of oil-equivalent per a day from the
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