By Kevin Krolicki DETROIT, Feb 28 (Reuters) - A Detroit judge on Wednesday will consider whether Ford Motor Co. should be forced to open its books and share potentially sensitive data on thousands of recently fired white-collar workers as part of a pending age discrimination lawsuit. The hearing Wednesday afternoon before Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Daphne Means-Curtis stems from the decision of six veteran Ford engineers to challenge their January dismissal from the No. 2 U.S. ...
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