In the wake of the shocking announcement earlier this month that the Ford Motor Co. would be replacing its CEO, Ford family scion Bill Jr., the struggling automaker took the unusual step of appointing an auto industry outsider: former Boeing Co. executive Alan Mulally.
IN YOUR STORY, veteran orchestra administrator Henry Fogel gives an impressive list of desirable characteristics for a music director (“Mr. Diplomacy Sticks Around,” Music, Sept. 4). It is instructive to read that producing beautiful music is not among them.
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