Goodrich Corp. plans to eliminate about 2,400 aerospace and corporate jobs and close about 16 facilities, the company announced Oct. 25. The move to eliminate jobs and close facilities is expected to save $125 million when completed, most of which will be done in the first half of 2002. Company officials reported that Goodrich's earnings for the third quarter were up 25 percent, but they expect repercussions in their aviation work due to the market slowdown following the ...

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