Breech to Mulally in sixty years
This month's management moves at Ford have a startling symmetry with those at Dearborn almost exactly sixty years earlier. Then a young Ford family scion realised that he needed help in getting to grips with the problems of a company that was out of synch with its industry and markets and losing money hand over fist. He reached out to an executive who had made his reputation in the aviation industry, writes Karl Ludvigsen.
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