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Mulally has no Plans to Retire from Ford

Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally.

During the interview on CBS This Morning Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally was talking on a variety of topics from the question of trade tensions between the U.S. and China to discussion of the new 2013 Ford Fusion. However, the greatest interest was piqued when talking about his possible retirement. Just last week, it was reported that Mark Fields was named Ford Chief Operating Officer and then could take Mulally place following his departure.


Charlie Rose brings up the possibility of Mr. Mulally is going to leave his post on a high note, considering the current situation of Ford. Alan Mulally announced: “I am not going to retire any time soon.” But he didn’t specify how long "any time soon" actually is.


In addition, during the interview was discussed the future of the F-150 possibly using more aluminum and stricter requirements for fuel economy, also problem of declining sales in Europe.





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