DETROIT – Ford Motor Co. CEO Alan Mulally says he has no intention of retiring because he wants to see the auto maker’s renaissance through to the end. “Continuing to implement the plan is very exciting to me,” the 64-year-old Mulally says in a wide-ranging speech at the Automotive News World Congress here. “As much progress as we’ve made, we’re just getting started. As long as I’m contributing and Ford wants me, I’m here.” Mulally has plenty of reasons for his optimistic outlook, ...

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