Mazda Motor Corp. and Volvo Cars seemingly are safe from any asset fire sale by a struggling Ford Motor Co. The auto maker has said everything is on the table as it reviews its business strategy and earlier this week disclosed its Aston Martin Lagonda super car subsidiary is on the block. But in a internal memo to employees obtained by Ward’s, Chairman and CEO Bill Ford says the auto maker plans on aligning Ford, Lincoln and Mercury product development more closely with Mazda and Volvo ...

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