DETROIT — New vehicle programs — and the people who engineer them — will go unscathed when Ford Motor Co. reveals its restructuring efforts Friday, top executives say. “You can’t cost-cut your way to prosperity,” Chairman and CEO Bill Ford Jr. says late Sunday, adding the beleaguered company that bears his family name is re-dedicating itself to producing high-quality, desirable cars and trucks to turn itself around. However, he warns, the process will be slow and painful. There will be ...

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