LAS VEGAS – Unlike its distressed U.S. counterparts, Ford Motor Co. has not resorted to “reinventing” itself, making it more attractive to consumers, says Jim Farley, Ford’s group vice president-marketing and communications. “It’s nothing against our competitors; I’d be doing the same thing if I were in their position,” Farley says, referring to General Motors Co. and Chrysler Group LLC, auto makers that went in and out of bankruptcy and took federal government bailout money to stay ...

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