Visteon Corp. reportedly reaches a tentative agreement with former parent Ford Motor Co. to sell back between 13-15 of the troubled supplier's ailing plants. The United Auto Workers union must approve the deal, which likely will include Visteon's Ypsilanti and Sterling Heights, MI, plants, reports say. Remaining factories could be spun off into a separate Ford-controlled company and sold to other suppliers. As part of the agreement, about 5,000 Visteon workers on Ford's payroll are expected ...

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