Ford Motor Co. reportedly plans to shut down its Twin Cities Ranger pickup plant in Minnesota for another two weeks beyond the three weeks already scheduled for later in the year. The auto maker also will idle its Wayne, MI, Focus plant for five weeks through the remainder of the year and possibly another two weeks in January. The Twin Cities facility already was slated to be closed one week beginning Oct. 4 and two weeks beginning Nov. 15, but a new letter distributed to plant workers ...

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