Tony (Thomas) Brown says it was all a misunderstanding: Ford Motor Co. is not blaming its suppliers exclusively for quality problems on its vehicles. The vice president-global purchasing for the No.2 auto maker tells Ward's that published reports misrepresented a meeting between Ford and its suppliers in April. According to reports, Brown blamed Fordâ€™s quality problems on suppliers and demanded improvement. Tony Brown "I never said that," Brown tells Ward's, adding heâ€™s ...
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