DETROIT With a slump in U.S. vehicle sales by Ford Motor Co. last month, the No. 2 domestic automaker was beaten out not only by Japanese rival Toyota Motor Corp. for the second time ever but by DaimlerChrysler AG as well.Ford, which also detailed planned production cuts, said Friday that sales dropped 9.7 percent in November compared with the same month a year ago. The drop came as industry sales rose a modest 2.9 percent to nearly 1.2 million vehicles.
Ford Takes Back Seat to Toyota, Daimler
Toyota sold 196,695 vehicles in November, a 15....