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Of 3,000 polled consumers, only 13% said they'd be comfortable in a fully-automated vehicle
Ford Motor Company today announced senior leadership appointments around the world, completing the newly reorganized team led by President and CEO Jim Hackett.
Steven Armstrong will take over Ford's Europe, Middle East and Africa operations. Peter Fleet will take over Asia.
MIT survey finds only 13% would feel comfortable in an automated vehicle.
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Morgan Stanley believes that Alphabet's Waymo, its self-driving car unit, could add roughly 12% to the stock's enterprise value.
The autonomous vehicle business is a strong candidate to be spun out on its own, according to a Morgan Stanley analyst.
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What an auto specimen.
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Changes will be coming to Ford.
Ford makes changes at the top.
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