LOS ANGELES – Ford Motor Co.’s Jim Farley wears many hats. And they don’t necessarily complement each other. “It’s been transformational for me,” Farley tells Ward’s of his expanded role at the world’s fourth-largest auto maker. Originally hired to guide Ford’s marketing and communications strategies, the former Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. executive has been, since Sept. 1, responsible for the auto maker’s operations in Canada, Mexico and South America. These additional duties put ...
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