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Freeing Ford's Logo From Debtors' Prison - BusinessWeek
By Keith Naughton on May 17, 2012
Six years ago, Ford Motor (F) was running out of time and money. To save the company, Henry Ford’s great-grandson had to do something the founder never could have imagined—sign...
With Lincoln, Ford Isn't in the Lap of Luxury - BusinessWeek
After its sale of Land Rover, Jaguar, and Volvo, Ford banks on Lincoln
By Keith Naughton
May 6, 2010, 5:00PM EST
Business is booming in Jack Kain's Ford (F) dealership in London, Ky. Not so much, though, at his Lincoln showroom, where...
One Man, One Car, One World - BusinessWeek
Why the Focus is so crucial to Ford—and Mulally
By David Welch
In Depth January 14, 2010, 5:00PM EST
When Alan Mulally left Boeing (BA) for Ford Motor (F) three years ago, industry watchers wondered: Does this guy know anything about cars? The...
Ford's Mulally Hits the Road
In an interview from his drive to Washington, the Ford CEO calls the drubbing of last month "a learning experience"
By David Kiley
Ford CEO Alan Mulally bombed last month in hearings before the Senate (BusinessWeek.com, 11/18/08) and House of...
Will Ford Need to Sell Its Stake in Mazda?
Some analysts fear the ailing U.S. automaker may be forced to raise funds by unloading its interest in its much healthier Japanese partner
by Ian Rowley
Just a week after Ford's disastrous quarterly earnings announcement on July...
Ford Flexes Its Design Muscle
How the ailing auto giant gambled—and turned a risky concept car into a full-fledged model for the showrooms
by Matt Vella
2009 Ford Flex and Ford Fairlane Concept.
Concept cars are the rarest of automobiles. These one-of-a-kind models are created to push bold...
Finally, Good News for Ford
The automaker posts a rare profit for the second quarter, but the outlook for the rest of the year is less upbeat
by David Kiley
Ford Motor (F) handily beat Wall Street estimates by posting a $750 million profit for the second quarter, the first profitable quarter...
Could Chrysler Go Bankrupt?
Without Daimler's cash reserves, ratings agencies warn that it wouldn't take a dramatic reduction in sales for Chrysler to risk default
by David Welch
The new Chrysler is getting its first taste of life without parent Daimler. The sale of Chrysler to private equity...
Originally posted by MN12Fan From BusinessWeek
On a chilly morning in February, the new chief executive of Ford Motor Co., Alan R. Mulally, boarded one of the company's Falcon twin-turbo jets and flew to Consumer Reports magazine's automobile testing facility in East Haddam, Conn. He was...
Mazda: Ford Won't Sell the Family Jewel
Ford's alliance partner is coming off record profits and has mapped out a new growth plan through 2011 to help it catch Japanese rivals
by Ian Rowley
When Ford (F) CEO Alan Mulally made his first visit to Mazda's (MZDAF) Hiroshima headquarters in late...
A New Breed of Jaguar
The troubled luxury auto brand hopes a fresh, modern look will boost sales, and save it from the auction block.
by Stuart Schwartzapfel
The Jaguar brand has a problem—a problem deeper than its current sales slump, though not unrelated. Think Jaguar and what springs to...