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  1. Ford hires 5,200 while pushing factory use to 114% of capacity

    Ford Corporate News
    November 8, 2012 Automotive News DETROIT -- Ford Motor Co. has added about 5,200 jobs this year in its U.S. factories, and its North American plants are operating at 114 percent of capacity, the highest in more than three decades. "Our manufacturing costs have gone down this year," Jim...
  2. Lincoln hires former BMW, GM public relations exec Kowaleski

    Lincoln Brand News
    By James B. Treece June 15, 2012 Automotive News DETROIT -- Tom Kowaleski, a veteran public-affairs executive, has joined Lincoln as its interim PR team leader, a Ford Motor Co. spokesman said today. Kowaleski, who once headed General Motors' communications staff, most recently worked at BMW...
  3. Ford hires Cadillac designer to reshape Lincoln

    Lincoln Brand News
    Ford hires Cadillac designer to reshape Lincoln Automotive News -- Jamie LaReau December 1, 2010 DETROIT -- Ford Motor Co. has hired a 38-year-old designer from Cadillac to shape Lincoln's future and compete with bigger luxury rivals. Max Wolff, a native of Australia, will be Lincoln's...
  4. Ford India hires 1,000 to boost workforce

    Ford Motor Company Discussion
    Ford India hires 1,000 to boost workforce September 14, 2010 Ford India, which is aiming to become a major player in the Indian car market by 2015, is looking at an agressive expansion of manufacturing capacity and human resource at its Chennai plant. The company has...
  5. Ford Announces New Hires At Chicago Plant

    Ford Corporate News
    Ford Motor Company's adding 1200 jobs to its Chicago assembly plant as it gears up to reintroduce the Ford Explorer. The plant will add a second shift in its third quarter this year. Many of the jobs will go to workers laid off in Flat Rock, Michigan as that plant scales back to a single shift...
  6. Ford hires KPMG for Jaguar exit

    European Competition
    The bold part is why I think Ford should give Jag one last chance FORD has recruited the accountancy group KPMG to examine the books at Jaguar and Land Rover, two of Britain’s best-known car companies, ahead of an expected £1 billion sale...