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  1. Ford Corporate News
    How Did Ford's Big Bet on Small Utility Vehicles Pay Off? www.fool.com November 14, 2013 In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Ford was doing well based solely on the success of its large SUVs and full-size pickups. The company's management just knew that the American consumers' appetite for the...
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    Ford's tilt toward China, Asia begins to pay off Autonews.com On Oct. 7, 1913, Henry Ford's assembly line moved for the first time. A century later, among the changes in Ford Motor Co.'s production, none is more dramatic than simply where it takes place. Ford vehicles assembled in China and...
  3. Lincoln Brand News
    Lincoln to pay dealers for MKZ delays Automotive News February 4, 2013 by Bradford Wernle DETROIT -- Lincoln will offer its dealers cash assistance to help them keep customers who have been frustrated by delays in receiving their MKZ sedans. The payments will help dealers compensate customers...
  4. General Motors Discussion
    By Chris Tutor Posted Oct 23rd 2012 7:00PM Avid duck hunter Marc Heitz knows ducks would rather land on a pond already populated by ducks. Heitz is also a Chevy dealer, and when it came time to build a new facility, he figured car shoppers were a lot like ducks. "When people see other...
  5. Ford Corporate News
    Ohio judge says Ford must pay dealers $2B Joanne Viviano June 10, 2011 Yahoo COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Ford Motor Co. must pay nearly $2 billion in damages to thousands of dealerships in a 2002 class-action lawsuit that said the automaker violated dealer agreements, an Ohio judge ruled Friday...
  6. Ford Corporate News
    Ford US-foreign auto plant pay gap narrowing -exec Reuters By Bernie Woodall Fri Dec 10, 2010 Ford all-in labor cost $59/hr, Toyota's $56/hr - analyst GM, Chrysler plant labor cost about the same as Ford UAW talks ahead of expiry of current pact in Sept 2011 DETROIT, Dec 10 (Reuters) - Ford...
  7. General Motors Discussion
    Will General Motors Ever Pay Us Back? The Motley Fool By John Rosevear September 17, 2010 Unless you've been living under a rock, you've probably heard by now that General Motors is going public (again) -- or more specifically, that the U.S. government and other GM stakeholders are preparing...
  8. Ford Corporate News
    A jury has ordered that Ford pay $131 million for a 2001 rollover accident that claimed the life of Mets prospect Brian Cole. Ford Motor Company - Ford - New York Mets - Rollover - Punitive damages [url=http://feeds.leftlanenews.com/click.phdo?i=10a7c4a9799cdbf691c8e9eac1b1533d]More...
  9. Ford Motor Company Discussion
    Filed under: Ford, Earnings/Financials Ford was the only one of Detroit's three automakers able to avoid taking a direct government bailout in 2009 to bypass bankruptcy. However, that doesn't mean it hasn't been able to benefit from some government largess. Back in 2006 before the credit...
  10. Ford Motor Company Discussion
    Ford Motor disclosed today that Ford Executive Chairman Bill Ford Jr. will receive a salary of $4.2 million after forgoing compensation while the company worked through a restructuring plan. More...
  11. Ford Corporate News
    The combined compensation of the heads of Japan's three largest carmakers was less than that of Ford's Alan Mulally, the world's top-paid auto chief. More...
  12. Asian Competition
    Toyota Backs Off FT-86 Price Point, Youth Appeal Goals TTAC (forgive me) By Edward Niedermeyer on April 21, 2010 Already a good year into its hype-cycle, Toyota’s much-discussed FT-86 sports coupe is apparently losing some of the focus that made it an instant (theoretical) hit with...
  13. European Competition
    Tata might pay more than $2 billion for Jaguar, Land Rover Automotive News | January 18, 2008 - 9:00 am EST MUMBAI (Reuters) -- India's Tata Motors may pay much more than an expected $2 billion for Ford Motor's Jaguar and Land Rover brands because of pension liabilities and the cost of...
  14. Chrysler Group Discussion
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  15. European Competition
    Volvo is taking an interesting tack to gauge consumer interest in its new hatch, the C30. According to Automotive News, the automaker is allowing visitors to the C30's site to configure their ride as desired, and then is quoting them a price. However, that price fluxuates depending on when you...
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