Alan Mulally Town Hall Sums Up 2013 and Provides 2014 Insights
DEARBORN – The World Headquarters auditorium was filled to the brim Tuesday with employees eager to hear 2013 year-end results and get an idea of what 2014 has in store for the business.
“What a great year,” said Alan...
Ford CEO Alan Mulally has no plans to leave
May 12, 2011
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) -- Ford CEO Alan Mulally brushed aside talk of retirement on Thursday, saying he hasn't given any thought to stepping down now that the company is profitable.
"I haven't thought about that at...
Alan Mulally tops Motor Trend's 2011 Power List
From the February, 2011 issue of
By Todd Lassa
Alan Mulally (CEO, Ford) - The leader every automaker wants -- and needs
Ferdinand Piëch (Chairman of Supervisory Board, Volkswagen AG)
Carlos Ghosn (President/CEO, Nissan/Renault)...
Ford’s Mulally wins CEO of the Year award
Readers overwhelmingly support auto-industry chief in 2010
Dec. 7, 2010
By Shawn Langlois
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — IPad, schmi-pad. Citigroup? Pfft. Amazon.com and Netflix? Nah. This one wasn’t even close.
Ford Motor Co. CEO Alan...
Alan Mulally’s New Ford Focus: Korean Free Trade
December 3, 2010
It’s not often that a chief executive gets personally involved in matters of international trade, but Ford Motor’s chief executive, Alan Mulally, has been working overtime to advance the cause of U.S. automakers in the...
Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally will deliver the opening keynote address at the 2010 CES in Las Vegas at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2010, in the Hilton Theater
Mulally expected to unveil Ford’s latest innovations and announce new initiatives related to Ford’s industry-leading...
Interesting article I just read giving insight into Alan Mulally and his passion for Ford.
"(Fortune Magazine) -- Alan Mulally is in my face - again. In fact, he has barely left it for the past two hours. He has taken me through the thick loose-leaf binder he assembled for my interview and...
The 2009 TIME 100
Builders & Titans
By Steve Ballmer
It is extremely rare for one leader to play a major role in two of America's top industries. Alan Mulally is that rare case.
As president of Boeing's commercial-airplane business in the late 1990s, he revamped the company's...
The Ford Motor Co. has the best "Plan," the best future vehicle lineup and the best financial underpinnings of the domestic automobile manufacturers. And if the economy gets going again, they could even get by without any government loans. Alan Mulally is not only the most...
December 4, 2008, 12:22 pm
Text of Testimony by Ford’s Alan Mulally
The following statement by Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally was prepared for delivery before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs on Thursday, Dec. 4:
“Mr. Chairman, Senator Shelby, and members of the...
Didn't see this posted so even tho it's been aired already...
This is the first time I've had the opportunity to hear Mr. M. speak
(& tho being on dialup, I've only viewed the first installment)
imho it's worth watching.
Ford CEO Alan MulallyTo Deliver Keynote Address
Los Angeles Auto Show Press Release:
LOS ANGELES - Alan Mulally, president and chief executive officer for Ford Motor Company,
will kick off the Los Angeles Auto Show by delivering the Motor Press Guild (MPG) keynote address
on Nov. 14, 2007...
"I realize by writing this book I might be ending my career with Ford," wrote author Clifton Lambreth in the introduction to his just-released book "Ford and the American Dream," a sympathetic critique of the...
Mulally to shake things up at Ford
April 1, 2007
BY TOM WALSH
FREE PRESS COLUMNIST
OK, Mr. Nice Guy, you've proven that you can charm the socks off every cynical journalist, frustrated car dealer and nervous Ford Motor Co. employee within earshot.
Now comes the tough part.
What are you...
Ford Flex? Say it ain't so, Alan.
Detroit. The Ford Fairlane crossover concept introduced at the 2005 Detroit auto show (North American International Auto Show, if you must) was a competent, confident and emphatic design statement - the significance of which was largely missed by the gathered...