Ford Motor Co. announces Robert E. Rubin, a member of the auto maker’s board of directors, has resigned citing a possible conflict of interest with his position as a chairman of Citigroup Inc. Rubin served as former treasury secretary for the Clinton Admin. from 1995-1999. “As the board undertakes its upcoming review of strategic options, Citigroup’s multifaceted relationship with Ford could raise a question whether my relationship with Ford and Citigroup creates an appearance of ...
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