After years of disputes both in and out of the courtroom, Ford Motor Co. and Navistar International Corp. say they will end their diesel-engine-supply agreement for super-duty pickups at year’s end. However, the two companies will continue to collaborate on a range of initiatives, including their existing Blue Diamond Truck and Parts joint venture. Under the new agreement, Ford will make an undisclosed payment to Navistar, while Navistar will increase its equity in Blue Diamond, which ...
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