Jacques Nasser was a supernova of a CEO. He exploded on the scene, shone brighter than all the other stars in his universe, then abruptly snuffed out. It was weird. Anyone who met Nasser before he made CEO knew he was destined to rise to the top of the Ford Motor Co. He was bright, worldly and highly experienced. He could be disarmingly candid and enormously charming. He seemed the perfect executive to lead the company into the 21st century. Many others say there was another side to ...
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