Ford chief of staff to retire


DETROIT, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. said on Friday that John Rintamaki, its chief of staff, will retire in August after 30 years with the world's second-largest automaker. Rintamaki, 60, has been chief of staff since 2000. The position made him responsible, among other areas, for human resources, government affairs, environmental and safety engineering and the Ford Fund. Dearborn, Michigan-based, Ford said those same responsibilities would now be assumed by Allan Gilmour, vice ...

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