Mulally’s statement was immediately backed by Ford spokesman Jay Cooney, who told The Detroit News that “Alan has made clear that he has no plans to do anything else than continue serving Ford. He remains absolutely focused on continuing to make progress on our One Ford plan.”
The former Boeing CEO is credited with getting Ford back on track during the financial crisis that hit the automotive industry in 2009. Under Mulally, Ford returned to profitability after the recession and was the only Detroit-based automobile manufacturer to avoid a government-funded bailout.
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