Even as Ford Motor Co. strikes a deal with the United Auto Workers to hone costs, analysts claim the corporate savings are less than needed and the auto maker's financial future is dire. The bargaining saves less for Ford than projected by UAW President Ron Gettelfinger, analyst Peter Nesvold says in a report for Bear Stearns. “Ford projects the savings will be around $650 million annually, “24% less than the $850 million that had been attributed to (Gettelfinger) on Dec. 14,” Nesvold's ...
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