The roller-coaster existence of Ford Motor Co.’s Premier Automotive Group, once considered a cornerstone of the auto maker’s business, could be headed for the end of the line. On the heels of Ford’s admission last month that it is exploring the sale of Jaguar and Land Rover brands – a development that followed the March sale of Aston Martin – the auto maker does not entirely refute media reports that suggest Volvo also is on the block, although it insists it has not entered into any ...
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