Ford Motor Co.’s year of the car is turning into the year of the executive shuffle. Ford’s most-recent moves announced Dec. 9 are headlined by the retirements of President Nick Scheele and Vice Chairman Allan Gilmour, two prominent players in the company’s most recent turnaround effort. Nick Scheele Scheele, 60, will be succeeded by Jim Padilla on Feb. 1. Padilla, 58, who took Scheele’s role as chief operating officer in April, also has been elected to the company’s board of ...
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