Ford fires CEO Mark Fields, names former Steelcase chief Jim Hackett to take overMon, 22, May 2017
Ford, in a sweeping management shake-up, named Jim Hackett, former CEO of Steelcase, chief executive, replacing Mark Fields, who is stepping down amid pressure from shareholders over a slumping stock price and during a period of rapid transformation and disruption that is rocking the auto industry.
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When I first met Jim HackettMon, 22, May 2017
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Before Ford, Hackett built reputation on transforming Mich. office furniture companyMon, 22, May 2017
Jim Hackett, the man named to replace Mark Fields as CEO of Ford, is a former board member at the automaker who spent most of his career running a Michigan furniture maker before Fields tapped him to steer Ford's investments in new forms of mobility.