Against a backdrop of continued turmoil, Ford Motor Co. Chairman Bill Ford Jr. declines to quell public speculation that the tenure of President and Chief Executive Jacques Nasser will end soon. "I don’t want to get into that," Mr. Ford says when asked to comment on persistent rumors of an imminent management shakeup at the beleaguered automaker. Meanwhile, Mr. Nasser continues to put on a brave face, telling The Detroit News Ford "is still a very strong company." He also declines ...

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