Robinson, Peter
September 2010
Wheels;Sep2010, p82
The article presents a profile of Jacques Albert Nasser, chairman of mining company BHP Billiton Ltd. It discusses his experiences at Ford Motor Co. where he stayed for 33 years, and became chief executive officer (CEO) and president of the blue oval's global operations. He recalls his experience of launching the Falcon automobile while using gold XR GT for marketing. He believes that the world car industry is going global, and considers carmaker Henry Ford as the pioneer of globalization.


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