The new year portends many changes for the international auto industry, including an uncommon number of company chiefs who continue to pass through top management’s revolving door. As in the domino theory, each change brings more change – whether that means good fortune only time will tell. Ford’s most prominent executive, Jacques Nasser, lost the backing of Chairman William Clay Ford Jr. as the auto maker’s reputation for quality slid and its vehicle sales plummeted. Nasser was out by ...
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