Visteon Corp. plans to lay off 950 white-collar workers in the U.S. as a result of the slowdown in automotive production. The job cuts represent about 12% of Visteon's U.S. salaried workforce and are part of a reorganization plan aimed at lowering overhead costs and improving customer service. Under the restructuring, Visteon now will have “customer teams” located in two regions: North America/Asia and Europe/South America. The company expects the new structure will provide a central point ...

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