GENEVA – Ford Motor Co. and Bridgestone Inc. “aren’t very far along” in their efforts to heal wounds opened by last year’s Firestone tire fiasco, the auto maker’s chairman and CEO says. “We would like to, ultimately, have a decent relationship with Bridgestone. And we’re working toward that. But frankly, it’s very early,” Bill Ford Jr. tells reporters at the Geneva International Motor Show. The 100-year-old business relationship shared by the two companies soured last year after Ford ...
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