This time Ford Motor Co. top executives believe they have the right formula. The auto maker, which is in the midst of a widespread recovery plan meant to turn around its fortunes in several key markets, is vowing not to repeat missteps of the past that executives say had it focused on the wrong things or lacking the necessary follow through to get the job done. Ford’s current recovery program, which relies considerably on sharing vehicle architectures and technologies across brands and ...
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