Ford Motor Co. executives are taking solace in the fact the auto maker notched its highest retail share in the past two years in an otherwise dismal October-sales month. “It’s very challenging times. But on the bright side, we’re encouraged to see our retail share claw back,” says George Pipas, Ford’s top U.S. sales analyst. “We estimate our retail share in October was in the 13.5% or higher range, possibly as high as 14%.” Ford delivered 128,976 vehicles in October, marking a 32.7% ...

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