DEARBORN — Hans-Olov Olsson, a 34-year veteran with Swedish carmaker Volvo Car and recently president of its North American operations, is appointed president of the wholly owned Ford Motor Co. subsidiary, effective July 1. He succeeds Tuve Johannesson, named president in 1995, who now becomes vice chairman. The shuffle was engineered by Wolfgang Reitzle, head of Ford's Premier Auto Group (PAG), who reportedly felt the need for a new direction at Volvo. It is unclear how long Johannesson ...
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