Jamie Butters

Automotive Editor for the Detroit Free Press

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Yesterday, the United Auto Workers announced a  buyout deal  for 75,000 union employees at Ford.  Today,  Ford said it will cut 10,000 white collar jobs .

Fords' "Way Forward" Leads to More Job Cuts

Yesterday, the United Auto Workers announced a buyout deal for 75,000 union employees at Ford.  Today, Ford said it will cut 10,000 white collar jobs .

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