DEARBORN, MI – Ford Motor Co.’s Lincoln luxury brand eventually could be sold worldwide, the auto maker’s top executive says. If Ford’s Jaguar and Land Rover brands are sold early next year as the auto maker expects, Volvo would remain its only global luxury marque at a time when the luxury segment continues to show promise. Although Lincoln traditionally has been a U.S. marque, Alan Mulally says he sees a place for it in the global arena as he focuses on developing the auto maker’s core ...

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