Visteon Corp. says its transaction with former parent Ford Motor Co., which involves the transferring of 24 Visteon facilities back to Ford ownership, should be completed by Sept. 30 as planned. However, the supplier expects to incur second-quarter charges of some $900 million in North America and $250 million in Europe due to the reduction in value to the assets that are being handed over to the auto maker. Additionally, Visteon’s audit committee investigation uncovers about $44 million in ...

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