DETROIT — Supplier Visteon Corp. reported that revenue for 2008 and the fourth quarter plunged more than expected and that it is expanding its cuts to employee benefits. The suburban Detroit company now expects to post revenue of $9.1 billion for 2008, about $400 million less than its previous forecast. That would be a drop of about $2.2 billion, or 19.3 percent, from 2007.
Visteon expects revenue to dive
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