NEW YORK – Recognizing once and for all that North America is a separate and distinct market, Ford Motor Co. is reviving the organizational style that served it well 10 years ago. Nick Scheele "We're moving away from running a global organization from Dearborn," says Nick Scheele, president and chief operating officer. In addition, bringing Lincoln-Mercury back to Dearborn is helpful because the division has a synergy with the Ford oval that the European and Japanese ...
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