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Ford plans to stop selling all Ford brand sedans in North America and is nearly doubling its cost-cutting target from a plan laid out only six months ago. The automaker said it will either fix or eliminate unprofitable global operations.
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Dana agrees to $6.1 billion tie-up with GKN driveline unitMarch 9
Dana and British supplier GKN agreed to a $6.1 billion deal to merge GKN's automotive business with Ohio-based Dana. GKN, led by former Ford executive Anne Stevens, has been trying to fight off a hostile takeover bid from Melrose Industries since January.