General Motors Corp. reportedly is cutting production at its Orion Twp., MI, plant due to slumping sales of the Pontiac G6 midsize car. Beginning in April, GM will slice output by more than 10%, the Detroit News says. Layoffs also are occurring, but there is no official word on how many jobs are involved. Some plant workers told the newspaper that 250-400 people across two shifts will be idled. Those with the least seniority will be targeted for the layoffs. Some 2,900 hourly workers ...

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