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Ford is evaluating ways to change Ford’s profit sharing formula for hourly workers, Mark Fields, Ford’s president of the Americas, said Wednesday.


The Dearborn automaker, which is expected to report total earnings of more than $8 billion for 2010, is in the process of calculating its profit sharing for employees based on those expected profits.

The New York Times, citing unnamed sources, estimated that workers could get about $5,000 for 2010. Last year, Ford paid workers about $450 for the profits earned in 2009.



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