AD #2110 – Ford to Decrease Salaried Workers, State Taxes on Cars Generate Billions, Continental Develops 3D IP Display

published 4 years ago by John McElroy

- Ford to Decrease Amount of Salaried Workers - Ford Likely to Cut Production - State Taxes on Cars Generates Billions - Continental Develops Digital Cluster w/ 3D Display - Faurecia Jumps on the Hydrogen Bandwagon - Audi Integrates Android’s Operating System - Volvo Adopts Android for Infotainment - Diesels 50% Dirtier Than Tests Show

On today's show for gets ready to axe white collar workers diesel pollution is worse than expected and you'll be staggered to learn how much taxes states collect on cars all that more coming right up. Online daily. This is not a line daily the show dedicated to enthusiasts of the automotive industry. Last week we reported that Ford CEO mark fields is under pressure from the board of directors to do things that will boost the price of the company's stock now Reuters reports that Ford might get rid of 10 percent of its salaried work force in North America and Asia. They will be offered buyouts as part of a plan to cut costs by $3000000000 a year. Well here's our Ottoline insight we think that 4 could be getting ready to get rid of 3000 to 5000 employees if it really has this much fat to come ...

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