Dana Corp. plans to slash 3,000 production jobs due to weak aftermarket sales, cutbacks in vehicle production and unfavorable foreign exchange rates. The Toledo, OH-based supplier last week said it was reducing this year's capital spending estimate from $550 million to $400 million and warned that earnings per share likely would be 41 to 46 cents lower than analysts' expectations. Dana says it was hit particularly hard by the three-week, Firestone tire-related shutdown at three Ford Motor ...

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