Auto workers may be getting some extra time off around Independence Day, but they wonât be celebrating. Theyâll know it means sales are weak and that profits -- and profit-sharing checks -- could be shrinking.
Manufacturers used to shut plants for a week or two in July for maintenance and to keep inventories in check. As sales boomed in recent years, most factories cranked out cars without a break. This summer, widespread closures may be back, and for weeks longer than before. The reason: four s...
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