Ford Motor Co. says it is exploring options for a potential sale of all or a portion of its Aston Martin Lagonda subsidiary, in part to bankroll investment in its other brands. The move comes after weeks of speculation the auto maker was considering parting with all or portions of its Premier Automotive Group stable of luxury European brands, which includes Volvo, Land Rover, Jaguar and Aston Martin. Much of the talk centered on the possible sale of Jaguar, which has been a financial ...
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