Ford negotiator has heart attack in Korea DEARBORN — Paul W. Drenkow, Ford Motor Co.'s lead man in its quest to acquire Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd., is admitted to Severance Hospital in Seoul, South Korea, after suffering an apparent heart attack. Severance is renown for its cardiac care. Drenkow was in Seoul to spend several days with Ford's 20-member due-diligence team, which is preparing an initial bid for Daewoo Motor in time for the June 26 deadline, when he complained of chest pains. He ...

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