John M. Devine, Ford Motor Co.'s chief financial officer, will leave the company at the end of September to explore what he says are “opportunities involving wider responsibilities.” Ford Vice Chairman W. Wayne Booker temporarily will handle Mr. Devine's duties beginning July 1. Mr. Booker, 64, is expected to retire at year's end, by then Ford Chief Executive Jac Nasser will have named Mr. Devine's replacement. Company insiders say William A. Swift, a Ford vice president-controller, is ...
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