Following the resignation earlier this week of two high-level executives, Ford Motor Co. announces more management changes, including the retirement of a 41-year company veteran and the appointment of the first female executive vice president in company history. In total, six executives are on the move within the auto maker's executive ranks, as former Ford of Europe chief Mark Fields settles into his new post as executive vice president and president-The Americas. Most of the changes ...
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