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Jim Farley Ascends To Ford CEO As Jim Hackett Opts To Retire

1 month ago   |   By Forbes

When Jim Hackett was brought in to replace Mark Fields as CEO just over three years ago, he was never expected to have a particularly long tenure.
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Ford CEO Jim Hackett stepping down

Ford CEO Jim Hackett stepping down

1 month ago   |   By Post Gazette


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Ford CEO Jim Hackett is retiring as the carmaker reinvents itself

Ford CEO Jim Hackett is retiring as the carmaker reinvents itself

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Ford said CEO Jim Hackett will retire in October, and be replaced by COO Jim Farley.
Hackett took over as CEO in 2017 and had been leading an $11-billion restructuring of Ford's business.
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Ford CEO Jim Hackett is retiring, to be replaced by COO Jim Farley, the automaker announced Wednesday. Farley was also elected to the Ford board of directors.
"I am very grateful to Jim Hackett for all he has done to modernize Ford and prepare us to compete and win in the future," Bill Ford, the carmaker's executive chairman, said in a statement.
"Our...
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Ford CEO Jim Hackett will retire, Chief Operating Officer Jim Farley to lead automaker

1 month ago   |   By Chicago Tribune

Ford Chief Operating Officer Jim Farley will lead the storied automaker into the future starting Oct. 1 when current CEO Jim Hackett retires.
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Ford CEO Jim Hackett to retire, hands reins to Jim Farley, as restructuring fails to reignite stock

1 month ago   |   By CNBC

Ford Motor CEO and President Jim Hackett will unexpectedly retire in the midst of an $11 billion restructuring plan that has failed to impress Wall Street and investors.
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