Ford Plans for Alan Mulally to Remain CEO

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Oct. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Matt Miller reports on Ford's plans to keep Alan Mulally on as CEO of the company. Miller speaks with Deirdre Bolton on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves." (Source: Bloomberg)

It was really great to get the chance to sit down and talk.

I sat down because the assembly line is going to celebrate its 100th anniversary on monday.

His great-grandfather invented that mode of manufacturing.

It is an exciting anniversary milestone to celebrate.

Alan mullally has been running for a number of years now, a sickly since the financial crisis, and brought it back from the brink of bankruptcy.

It is one of the detroit three did did not declare bankruptcy because of foresight.

There have been some and he reports that allen may be thinking about leaving, that he may be going to run microsoft and microsoft wants them to come and replace steve ballmer.

Allen has reiterated -- i got a chance to ask bill about it.

He's the chairman of the board.

Owen has a chance to ask him about this publicly.

It is really key because he is the time -- he is the guy who makes the decision as to who runs this company.

His name is on the building.

The plan is that allen is going to stick with them and he is happy with that plan.

Reiterating his plans, another interesting fact was we do not have the contract.

Allen stays on serving as a ceo so long as he and i agree that that is the right thing to do.

It is an interesting relationship to witness read week -- to witness.

We thank you.

Matt miller joining me there on the phone from detroit.

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