• Ford's North American president has resigned after reports of 'inappropriate' behavior

    9 monthes ago - By Chron

    Carlos Osorio / AP
    Raj Nair, Ford's executive vice president and president, North America, has resigned from the company following a company investigation into allegations of "inappropriate behavior."
    Nair became president of Ford North America in June 2017 after serving as Ford's head of global product development and CTO.
    In August, Ford announced a $10.1 million settlement that followed allegations of racial and sexual harassment at two facilities in the Chicago area.
    Raj Nair, Ford's executive vice president and president, North America, has resigned from the company following a...
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  • Ford U.S. chief departs abruptly after behavior probe

    9 monthes ago - By Reuters

    DETROIT - Ford Motor Co said on Wednesday that Raj Nair, its president for North America, was leaving the company immediately after an internal investigation found his behavior was "inconsistent with the company's code of conduct."
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  • Ford Ousts Chief of North American Unit for ‘Inappropriate Behavior'

    9 monthes ago - By NY Times

    The carmaker declined to elaborate on what led to the departure of Raj Nair, who had been with the company for three decades and had led its North American operations since June.
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  • Ford North America President Raj Nair Fired For "Inappropriate Behavior"

    9 monthes ago - By Forbes

    An investigation following an anonymous employee tip uncovered behavior that was inconsistent with the company's code of conduct.
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  • Ford North America President Raj Nair Leaves Over Inappropriate Behavior

    9 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Top Ford Motor Company executive Raj Nair has left the company following an internal investigation into reports of inappropriate behavior, the automaker said Wednesday.
    Nair has been president of Ford's North America division since June 2017. But he's held a number of key positions at the automaker over several decades, including as Ford's head of global product development and chief technical officer. Nair was one of four executives awarded a retention stock bonus last year, just days before Ford ousted Mark Fields and named Jim Hackett as CEO. Nair's stock bonus, which won't vest until...
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  • Ford's President of North America exits the company due to “inappropriate behavior”

    Ford's President of North America exits the company due to “inappropriate behavior”

    9 monthes ago - By Tech Crunch

    Ford today announced the departure of the Raj Nair, Ford's President of North America and former executive vice president, Product Development, and chief technical officer. According to a press release, he is leaving the company following a recent internal investigation that found certain behavior by Nair was “inconsistent with the company's code of conduct.” Nair worked...
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  • Ford North America president out after inappropriate behavior

    9 monthes ago - By Reuters

    DETROIT - Ford Motor Co said on Wednesday that its president for North America Raj Nair was leaving the company effective immediately following an investigation into reports of inappropriate behavior.
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  • Ford ousts top exec over 'inappropriate behavior'

    9 monthes ago - By Chron

    DETROIT - Ford has ousted one of its top executives over allegations of unspecified inappropriate behavior.
    The company says in a statement that North America President Raj Nair is leaving the company immediately.
    Ford says the move comes after an internal investigation into reports of inappropriate behavior. The company says Nair's behavior was not consistent with Ford's code of conduct.
    A company statement quoted Nair as regretting that he has not exhibited leadership behavior consistent with company principles.
    Nair has led North America since June 1 of last year. Before that, he was...
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