Ford Motor Co. is confident its newly accelerated restructuring strategy will hit internal targets, because it already has “stress-tested” the plan against some worst-case scenarios, the auto maker’s top executive says. The latest tweak in Ford’s game plan includes retooling some truck plants to make cars and infusing new, small, more fuel-efficient European-market vehicles into its U.S. Ford, Mercury and Lincoln lineups. In late 2006, after securing some $23 billion in financing to ...
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