Once-chilly relationships between Ford Motor Co. and its stakeholders are beginning to thaw, insiders say. Embittered suppliers, wary executives and disillusioned rank-and-file employees are warming up to Ford’s “revitalization” plan, engineered by President Nick Scheele and implemented earlier this year by Chairman and CEO Bill Ford Jr. “I think the Ford Motor Co. has many challenges at present, but they have a very committed team at the top and a determination to solve their problems ...
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