Ford Motor Co. dealers say relations, which hit some low points, are improving between them and the auto maker now that William Clay Ford Jr. is heading the company founded by his great grandfather. Ford is trying to fix damaged relations with its dealers, and so far auto executives, from the namesake CEO on down, seem to be making the right moves, according to dealers. "If we don't have good relationships with our dealers, how on earth can we hope to have good relationships with ...

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