Wall St says Ford reported CFO search no surprise


DETROIT, Dec 31 (Reuters) - Wall Street analysts on Tuesday shrugged off news that Ford Motor Co. is seeking a replacement for its chief financial officer, Allan Gilmour, even though he emerged from retirement just seven months ago to take the job. Ford spokesmen have declined to comment on an unsourced report in Tuesday's Financial Times that Ford was looking for a successor to Gilmour. But one source close to the company said word of the reported search for a successor to Gilmour -- ...

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