DEARBORN -- Supplier contracts and Premier Automotive Group autonomy likely will go untouched by Ford Motor Co.’s restructuring plan, to be announced in mid-January, Nick Scheele, the company’s new president and COO, tellsWard’s. The same cannot, however, be said for the auto maker’s white-collar workforce, which suffered a further blow last week with the announcement of plans to reduce retirement and health benefits as well as merit pay raises. Prior to the January announcement, Scheele ...
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