Ford's revolving door: who will replace Mulally by 2010?
Perhaps that's the plan, though. The company's 45-year-old President of the Americas, Mark Fields, is a little young and inexperienced to be CEO at his age, though some felt he was still passed over for the CEO job in favor of Mulally. Bill Ford has, however, trusted him with nothing less than spearheading the effort to return the company's North American operations to profitability. Mark Schulz, Ford's 54-year-old President of International Operations, is also reportedly on Ford's short list of CEO successors.
We have our money on Mark Fields to be the next CEO of Ford Motor Company if he can make North America a profitable place for Ford to do business again. In fact, Fields will be working very closely with Mulally during Ford's turnaround and would be wise to play the role of young Padouin if he hopes to have Mulally's seat on the Jedi council some day. Whoa, ever notice how everything can be related to Star Wars?
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