Marketing mavens can relax. Ford Motor Co. will not use “D²ADE” in its ad campaigns. The auto maker rolled out the acronym, short for “Dependable Desirable Affordable Driving Enjoyment,” several weeks ago. But expect Ford’s marketing message to have a snappier ring than this internal aphorism, says Joseph Greenwell, vice president-marketing and operations. (See related story: Ford Develops Formula for Success ) Joe Greenwell hints at Ford’s new direction. “D²ADE is a brand ...

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