Ford Motor Co. denies reports that Lewis Booth will replace Mark Fields as president of Mazda Motor Corp. Rather, Ford says, Booth will be appointed as senior advisor for corporate strategy to the Japanese auto maker, in which Ford holds a majority stake. Booth, who was to have been appointed to the post on March 1, has been head of Ford’s Asia/Pacific and Africa operations since January 2000. He now will help coordinate strategic planning between Ford and Mazda, especially in China, where ...
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