DEARBORN, MI – Ford Motor Co. says it is committed to shoring up its balance sheet, but the auto maker is quick to downplay comments from CEO Alan Mulally suggesting the auto maker may float another debt-for-equity swap to its creditors and issue more common stock. Mulally, on hand here for an event celebrating the upcoming new ’10 Ford Taurus flagship sedan, did say there currently are no concrete plans to put either of those options in motion. Ford followed Mulally’s comments late ...
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