Ford CFO Shanks on 2Q Results, Growth Outlook
July 24 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Shanks, chief financial officer of Ford Motor Co., talks about the automaker's second-quarter earnings, prospects for the company’s growth and the City of Detroit’s bankruptcy.
Ford, the second-largest U.S...
By Paul Rachwal
Jun 11th, 2012
Honda Motor Company is carefully monitoring and allocating shipments of its cars built in Japan and imported into the US because it’s losing money on them, Chief Financial Officer Fumihiko Ike said. These include the Fit hatchback and the CR-Z and Insight...
Ford CFO Lewis Booth and Global Product Chief Derrick Kuzak to Retire; Veteran Executives Named as Successors
Lewis Booth, executive vice president and chief financial officer, has elected to retire effective April 1, after a 34-year career
Derrick Kuzak, group vice president...
CFO Chris Liddell to leave GM; Treasurer Dan Ammann named successor
From staff reports
-- March 10, 2011
DETROIT -- Chris Liddell, who joined General Motors Co. as CFO 14 months ago and steered it through the largest initial public stock offering in Wall Street history, is...
Ford CFO: The Turnaround Has Ended
By Ted Reed
DETROIT (TheStreet) -- Once a turnaround story, Ford(F_) today is something more, a company that fixed itself during a near-depression and now believes it is uniquely positioned to grow.
Ford Motor Company| F UPIn...
Leslie J. Allen
Automotive News | January 29, 2008 - 4:46 pm EST
DETROIT -- While debate continues in some quarters over whether General Motors or Toyota Motor Corp. is the world’s largest automaker by sales, GM’s CFO acknowledges that, from a money perspective, GM is not the largest.