Ford urges U.S. pressure on Japan ahead of meeting
February 21, 2013
by Craig Trudell
CLEVELAND (Bloomberg) -- Ford Motor Co. pushed for President Barack Obama to pressure Japan's prime minister to open its auto market and refrain from weakening the yen to give its companies an...
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According to The Detroit News, Ford officials met with Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty yesterday to discuss the future of the automaker's St. Paul assembly plant. The...
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trollhattansaab.net - Swedish government on its way to Detroit
January 9th, 2009
A delegation from the Swedish Government will meet with top management from Ford and GM in Detroit on Monday...
...After visiting the auto show on Sunday, Monday will see...
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Remarks as prepared for delivery by Alan Mulally, president and CEO, Ford Motor Company, at the 2008 annual meeting of shareholders held at the Hotel du Pont in Wilmington, Delaware, on Thursday, May 8, 2008.
Thank you, Bill. Good morning, ladies...
Mulally upbeat, family stock opposed at meeting
May 10, 2007
By JUSTIN HYDE
FREE PRESS WASHINGTON BUREAU
UPDATED AT 12 P.M.
WILMINGTON, Del. — Ford Motor Co. sped through its annual meeting in under two hours Thursday, but not without a few blistering criticisms for Chairman Bill Ford...