(Recasts, adds details from conference call, analyst's remarks, background, stock activity, dateline, byline) By David Bailey CHICAGO, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Auto parts maker BorgWarner Inc. on Friday said it would slash 13 percent of its North American work force and cut its 2006 earnings forecast, becoming the latest U.S. supplier to warn that a slump in orders from Detroit-based automakers would hurt results. Shares of BorgWarner fell almost 4 percent on Friday, touching their lowest ...
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