Ford loses chief brand officer, CEO of Smart Mobility unitMarch 21
Ford Motor Co. is losing the head of its smart mobility subsidiary and its chief brand officer less than two years after each joined the company. The departures come a month after the unexpected ousting of Ford's president of North America.
A 'pretty rockin' outlook on Ford productMarch 21
Lincoln's optimism has a name: NavigatorMarch 21
Ford pursues deal to buy, redevelop Detroit's Michigan Central Station, report saysMarch 19
Ford aims to rebuild trust with China partners as sales slipMarch 19
After 20-odd years of "marriage" in China, Ford is preparing a product blitz and campaign to localize management to maintain and build trust with partners Changan Auto and Jiangling Motors Group. The goal: Reverse a sales slump and boost employee morale.
Auto veteran Jim O'Sullivan joins AI firm's boardMarch 19
Ford vision unites truck, hybrid strategiesMarch 19
Jim Hackett is plotting a course for Ford Motor built around the ideas that trucks are what Ford does best, and trucks are what consumers want most. And if fuel prices soar, the CEO will have a new range of hybrids as a backup.
Lincoln Aviator crossover to debut at New York auto showMarch 16
Ford recalls 1.4 million cars for loose steering wheelsMarch 19
Ford set to replace 75% of N.A. lineup in 2 yearsMarch 15
Ford says it aims to supplant Toyota as the top seller of hybrid vehicles in the United States in three years as part of a dramatic reshaping of its lineup to focus heavily on utility vehicles and pickups. The automaker plans to replace more than 75 percent of its North American lineup and add four nameplates within the next two years.
Buy Ford stock, says analyst long pessimistic about automakerMarch 14
Ford recalls 1.4 million sedans because steering wheels could fall offMarch 14
Ford is recalling nearly 1.4 million Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ sedans in North America because loose bolts could allow the steering wheel to come off. The automaker said it knows of two accidents and one injury linked to the problem, which federal regulators began investigating in October.