Ford Motor Co. apparently still is high on its Jaguar brand, reportedly sinking €1.7 billion ($2.1 billion) into its British luxury subsidiary. This is the second time Ford has had to prop up the brand since buying it in 1989. The money, from the sale of Jaguar preferred shares to Ford, is meant to cover massive losses and investment writedowns, the Financial Times, reported last week. The news coincides with a report that Jaguar incurred a pre-tax loss of €627 million ($743 million) ...
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