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Here’s a list of the 10 most valuable automotive marques with their scores listed in billions of dollars.
1. Toyota — $28.9
2. BMW — $26.4
3. Mercedes-Benz — $21.8
4. Honda — $13.3
Based on Ford’s analysis of Polk’s latest global vehicle registration data, Ford Focus continues to be the world’s best-selling vehicle nameplate
Focus global retail registrations up 18 percent in the first quarter of 2013 compared to the same period last year
Focus now produced...
By Chris Reiter & Keith Naughton
Jan 18, 2013
Ford Motor Co. (F)’s production at its factory in Genk, Belgium, remained halted as protests over plans to shut the site next year showed no sign of letup after three months of disruption.
An agreement between Ford and unions approved by...
Ford Sales in Europe Fall Slightly in July as Industry Demand Remains Weak; New Focus and C-MAX Sales Remain Strong
In a weaker industry in its traditional 19 European markets, Ford sold 93,700 vehicles in July, down 4.4 per cent from a year ago
It its total 51 European markets...
FORD REMAINS STRONG IN EUROPE DESPITE CHALLENGING MARKET CONDITIONS IN 2010
•Despite volume and share decreases in 2010, Ford remains Europe's No.2 best-selling passenger car brand
•Market share was 8.4 percent in 2010, a decrease of 0.7 percentage points from 2009; volume was at...
GM's Massive Taxpayer IOU Remains
By Lauren Tara LaCapra
November 30, 2010
DETROIT (TheStreet) -- Anyone who skimmed the headlines about General Motors' bailout repayment in April could be forgiven for wondering why we're still talking about it.
"GM Repays Treasury Loan in Full,"...