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New Ford CEO Streamlining Hierarchy, Hastening Decision-Making

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On Thursday, Ford Motor Co. outlines a broad reshuffling of senior management under its new CEO, including a new vice president for autonomous and electric vehicles. James Hackett was named CEO on Monday, and has already said that he wants to streamline the company's hierarchy and hasten decision-making. Sherif Marakby, formerly the vice president of global vehicle programs for Uber Technologies, was named Ford's new vice president of autonomous vehicles and electrification.

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