Despite eliminating upwards of 11,000 positions last year, Delphi Corp. says it is once again cutting jobs in an effort to improve productivity. Delphi says it will eliminate 6,100 positions, or about 3.1% of its global workforce, after posting a loss of $51 million (about $0.09 per share) in the first quarter on restructuring charges of $174 million from first quarters 2002 and 2001. The world’s biggest auto supplier says it will eliminate hourly and salary positions at 25 U.S. and ...

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