Jaguar Cars is not for sale, nor is Ford Motor Credit Co., say Ford Motor Co. executives. Those and other facts were not included in the auto maker’s official Way Forward acceleration statements, and executives were stingy on answers in the question session that followed. Jaguar, which has been a perennial money loser for Ford since it purchased the British marque in 1989, has been the subject of rumors it would be sold to raise money for Ford product development. “We continue to be ...
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