MIDLAND, Mich. (Aug. 10)—Dow Corning Corp. said it will cut 600 to 800 jobs from its worldwide workforce of 9,500 to save $50 million in costs. The company said it will eliminate positions and skills it no longer needs. The plan speeds up a two-year cost-cutting program at the supplier of silicone materials, said Gary Anderson, Dow Corning president and CEO.
Dow Corning to cut as many as 800 jobs
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