Ford Cuts Deeper Into Salaried Ranks; Global Restructuring Is Expected to Save Automaker $25.5B

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By Breana Noble

Ford Motor Co. is continuing to cut salaried jobs, the company said Wednesday, a process expected to culminate in the second quarter.

The Dearborn automaker is undergoing a worldwide restructuring expected to save the company $25.5 billion in the next few years. The company earlier this year began layoffs at its top levels and now is moving deeper into the salaried ranks, accelerating the workforce cuts as departments with more people are affected. The

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