Ford Motor last week posted a surprising $3.26 billion Q1 net profit, but the company said a worsening global computer chip shortage could cut its production in half during the current quarter. CFO John Lawler said Q2 should be the low point for the chip shortage, but it probably will last into next year. The situation will improve in the second half, but Ford still will see production fall 10% over original plans, he said… Toyota Motor will invest $803 million into its assembly plant in Princeton, Ind., and add 1,400 jobs there to build a new pair of three-row utility vehicles for Toyota and Lexus that will "join a diverse, electrified product portfolio." Lexus dealers have long asked for a large, three-row crossover to compete with offerings from other luxury brands, while Toyota dealers have been looking for a product for their lineup to replace the Land Cruiser, which is ending its long run domestically...