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Wall Street is making a mistake about Ford CEO Mark Fields' plans for the future (F)

Sales up, stock down. That's the reality at Ford these days, as the automaker has ridden a wave of recovering pickup truck and SUV sales, bouncing back from the darkest days of the Great Recession when General Motors and Chrysler — the other two members of the Detroit Big Three — went bankrupt. Ford shares, meanwhile, have slid 15% since the beginning of the year. The Wall Street Journal is starting to suggest that it might be CEO Mark Fields' fault.
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