Ford Motor Co. continues its corporate retooling with a series of executive changes, including the retirement of Stephen Lyons, the company's group vice president-North America sales and service. The changes are part of the auto maker's plan to downsize its corporate officer ranks, which numbered 53 at the start of the week, by about 12% by the end of this quarter. The changes reduce Ford's total corporate officer ranks by four. Retiring: Stephen Lyons, Ford group vice president, ...
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