Ford plans more changes to strengthen global flavour
Ford Motor Company, the world's second largest manufacturer of cars and trucks, plans to make further board changes, adding new directors and strengthening the "international flavour" of its boardroom. The proposed changes follow numerous senior management shuffles over the past 18 months, dominated last year by the appointment of Henry Wallace as Ford's new chief financial officer and the promotion of several highly-regarded production executives, such as David Thursfield, the new president of Ford in Europe.
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