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By Jim Mateja, Chicago Tribune Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Mar. 31--Bill Ford Jr. needs to have his melon examined.
The chairman and chief executive of Ford Motor Co. has refused to take a salary since he assumed the job in 2001.
So every payday for the last three years, Ford has had to slip in the front door at night and sneak past the Mrs. because he again has no check to hand over to her.
Imagine explaining that to the spouse: You're the boss. You run a company ranked No. 4 in the Fortune 500 listings. And you do so gratis.
Not a very good example to set for fellow CEOs, who have been accused of late of adopting a …