Ford Motor Co. still is considering whether to pull the plug on its “Family Plan” incentive program, which offers the employee discount on most domestic ’05 vehicles and expires Aug. 1. General Motors Corp. reportedly says it will not extend its employee discount scheme into August. GM’s success in June with the plan inspired Ford and Chrysler Group to follow with similar deals in July. (See related story: Ford to Match GM's Employee Pricing) Ford has seen success with the plan and is ...
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