(Adds details, background, recasts) By Kevin Krolicki DETROIT, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. is considering paying bonuses to managers for 2006, despite record losses and massive job cuts, a step expected to be opposed by Ford's unionized factory workers. Ford Chief Executive Alan Mulally said in a conference call with analysts on Thursday the No. 2 U.S. automaker would decide in the next few months whether to pay bonuses for progress in its cost-cutting program. Ford reported a ...
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