Ford's CEO sacked for falling profits

The US car giant Ford has sacked its chief executive. Mark Fields seems to have taken the hit for the auto firm's falling profits and huge decline in its share price. He's being replaced by the company's self-driving cars chief.

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    The US car giant Ford has sacked its chief executive.

     

    Mark Fields seems to have taken the hit for the auto firm's falling profits and huge decline in its share price.

     

    He's being replaced by the company's self-driving cars chief.

     

    Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports.


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