Ford Motor Co. says about 38,000 United Auto Workers union members have agreed to accept buyout packages and leave the company beginning in January. All separations are to be completed by Sept. 1, Ford says. The departing workers include those at Ford’s Automotive Components Holdings LLC, which is composed of 17 unwanted manufacturing plants and six other facilities acquired from former Ford subsidiary Visteon Corp. last year. When Ford first announced it would trim its hourly ...

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