Ford Motor Co. plans to remove the world's most recognized automobile logo from the face of its Dearborn, MI, headquarters and replace it with the company's full name in new script writing, Ward's has learned. The decision to discard the blue and white oval has been a hotly debated one inside the Glass House — so much so that the date to remove the logo has been pushed back at least twice, once in early November and now from late December to early 2000, Ford sources confirm. While Ford's ...
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