ROUGH ROAD AHEAD?: Chrysler foundry's closing a warning sign for other plants

Chrysler foundry's closing a warning sign for other plants The closing of DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s foundry west of downtown at the end of this month signals more than the end of nearly 900 jobs there. "There's a fundamental change occurring in the automotive industry right now," said Matthew Will, director of the University of Indianapolis' graduate business program and associate dean in the School of Business. "Unless local manufacturers in this sector don't reposition, I would certainly expect to see more job...

 

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