Host Bob Edwards talks to Paul Eisenstein, publisher of the online magazine thecarconnection.com, about Jacques Nasser, chief executive officer of Ford Motors. Sources say that Nasser will be replaced by William Clay Ford, Junior, who is chairman of the board. Nasser's nearly three-year tenure as CEO has been tarnished by the controversy over the safety record of the Ford Explorer and by recent declines in sales and market share of Ford's products.
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