LONDON — Just hours after Ford Motor Co. announces a complete revamp of its senior-level management staff and the ouster of Jacques Nasser as chief executive, Ford’s Jaguar luxury car unit announces the resignation of Managing Director Jonathon Browning, effective immediately. Speculation that Browning’s departure came as a result of the shake-up at Ford’s headquarters was quickly quelled when the company announced it was forming a new operating committee to lead the Jaguar, Land Rover and ...
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