Dow Chemical to Cut 2,500 Jobs in Aftermath of Corning DealBy and
Cost savings from Dow Corning takeover raised by $100 million
About 4.2 percent of Dow’s total workforce to be eliminated
Dow Chemical Co. plans to eliminate about 2,500 jobs and shut plants in North Carolina and Japan as it slims down after taking full control of its Dow Corning Corp. silicone venture.
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