Hurt by weak U.S. motorcycle sales, Harley-Davidson Inc., which operates an assembly plant in Kansas City, on Tuesday reported a sluggish third quarter and said it expects to lay off 225 salaried positions between now and the end of the year.
Hurt by weak U.S. motorcycle sales, Harley-Davidson Inc., which operates an assembly plant in Kansas City, on Tuesday reported a sluggish third quarter and said it expects to lay off 225 salaried positions between now and the end of the year. File photo by Grant Hindsley The Associated Press
Hurt by weak U.S. motorcycle sales, Harley-Davidson Inc., which operates an assembly plant in Kansas City, on Tuesday reported a sluggish third quarter and said it expects to lay off 225 salaried positions between now and the end of the year. File photo by Grant Hindsley The Associated Press

After a sluggish third quarter, Harley-Davidson plans to lay off 225 salaried positions

October 18, 2016 09:39 PM

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