Ford considering paying management bonuses - CEO

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DETROIT, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. is considering paying bonuses to its managers despite a year of record losses and large job cuts, Chief Executive Officer Alan Mulally said in response to a question on Thursday. Ford reported a record loss of $12.7 billion for 2006 Thursday; but Mulally said the company could pay a bonus to some managers and top executives to reward progress in the company's cost-cutting plan. "It is part of our overall compensation plan to make sure we are ...

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