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Ford Motor Company announced Monday it plans to cut 3,000 jobs – most in Michigan. The company says the move is to lower costs. It says 2,000 salaried employees and 1,000 contractors will be let go in the U.S, Canada and India. Ford says the job cuts do not affect its plan to create more than 3,000 union jobs producing electric Ford pickup trucks.
Other headlines for Aug. 22, 2022:
- Public can weigh in on DTE proposed rate hike at Michigan Public Service Commission meeting
- Highland Park will have to pay $21 million to settle debt with Great Lakes Water Authority
- Detroit Historical Museum will feature 36 Black-owned businesses as part of Hustle project
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