DETROIT, May 25 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. is delaying the launch of its redesigned F-Series Super Duty pickup truck until January to work out quality issues, a move that could hurt earnings and make it more difficult for the automaker to defend its share of the profitable truck market this year. "The timing was altered by a couple of months in order to make sure we can deliver very high quality," Ford spokeswoman Sara Tatchio said on Thursday. The redesigned F-Series truck, which has ...
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