Cargill re-examines practices after layoffs

Cargill is laying off up to 2,000 employees and said it must adapt to conditions and "agile" competitors. "We also need to change certain aspects of our culture -- the drive for perfection, the need for consensus, process for the sake of process -- that slow us down, ultimately costing us time, expense and sales," Chairman and CEO Greg Page said.

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