Ford to sack CEO and senior bosses in new push to build self-driving cars

Detroit-based firm set to fire Mark Fields amid question about carmaker’s strategy and replace him with boss of its driverless cars division

Ford is to install the head of its driverless cars division as chief executive, as the company that pioneered the assembly line looks to the next stage of the industry’s evolution.

The Detroit-based carmaker is expected to sack the chief executive, Mark Fields, and overhaul its senior management team, according to a report from Forbes.

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