DETROIT, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Chrysler LLC said on Thursday it plans to cut about 250 salaried workers as part of its effort to reduce white-collar jobs by the end of the month, with a majority of dismissals coming as soon as Friday. Chrysler had announced in July that it planned to cut 1,000 salaried jobs -- mostly through retirements, special programs and attrition -- to slash costs and survive a deep industry downturn. "Approximately three-quarters of that reduction will be achieved ...
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