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Adam Shapiro -- Fox Business -- there was a bullish tone on Wall Street as all three major indexes ended the staying green and the blue chips hit their highest level since December 2007.
Ford is reportedly set to talk about life after Alan Mulally according to the Wall Street Journal the topic of a secession plan.
Will be on the agenda when the board of directors meet on Thursday many are speculating mark fields.
-- assume the role of chief executive one day when Mulally retires the company issued a statement to Fox Business in response saying.
Ford doesn't comment on speculation.
And a majority of US employers don't expect there hiring plans to change during the fourth quarter according to the quarterly hiring survey by manpower group.
Most employers won't time because of uncertainty over November's elections the federal budget.
And economic struggles in Europe and China.
That's the latest from the Fox Business Network giving you the --
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