It was big news on Monday that Ford replaced its CEO with the head of its new mobility division. The company’s chairman, Bill Ford Jr., made a point of saying the carmaker is pivoting from conventional production to new kinds of vehicles and new advanced manufacturing processes. Is Ford is finally getting serious about becoming a 21st carmaker focused on “transportation as a service”? Or is . . .
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