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Ford last fall launched the Career Re-Entry Program, which offers six-month assignments in product development, information technology and manufacturing jobs.
Early in his engineering career at Ford, product development and purchasing boss Hau Thai-Tang was embedded with Newman/Haas Racing for the 1993 IndyCar season. Here's what he learned.
Raj Nair, ousted in February by Ford for unspecified "inappropriate behaviour," has been hired by Multimatic, which builds the GT supercar Ford developed under his leadership.
Raj Nair, ousted in February by Ford for unspecified "inappropriate behavior," has been hired by Multimatic, which builds the GT supercar Ford developed under his leadership.
Ford will restart production of the F-150 at a Dearborn, Mich., factory on Friday, and a Kansas City plant by Monday, after more than a week of downtime resulting from a fire at a key parts supplier.
The group in charge of making a new battery-electric crossover, dubbed Team Edison, was formed last year and has been modeled after the small, close-knit bunch that created the latest Ford GT supercar.
In mid-2011, a rival CEO snidely suggested someone should "sprinkle holy water" on Lincoln.
A magnesium plant fire is the kind of black swan event that's unavoidable in an era when auto parts often are delivered just hours before they're needed on the assembly line, but prior disasters have taught automakers...
CEO Jim Hackett says the company doesn't intend to lose customers with decision to ax sedans in favor of SUVs and pickups; Bill Ford says he remains frustrated by lagging stock price
CEO Jim Hackett says the company doesn't intend to lose customers with decision to kill sedans in favour of SUVs and pickups; Bill Ford says he remains frustrated by lagging stock price
Ford marked a milestone Friday when the final Focus sedan and C-Max Hybrid rolled off the line at Michigan Assembly Plant -- one the automaker would apparently rather not acknowledge.
A supplier fire last week is pinching production of the F-150 pickup, but the impact is expected to be minimal for both Ford and its dealers.
Supplier Meridian Lightweight Technologies is working on moving some of its U.S. production to an Ontario facility after fire ripped through a plant in Eaton Rapids, Mich., on May 2.
Veteran Ford Motor Co. executive Dianne Craig is taking the reins at the company's FordDirect joint venture with dealers.
An abandoned train station that has come to symbolize Detroit's decline could become a beacon for the automaker's efforts to prosper in the future.
Production was temporarily halted overnight at Ford's Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Michigan after a worker's leg got pinned in machinery.
Ford appointed marketing executive Andrew Frick to replace Dianne Craig as director of U.S.
Ford appointed marketing executive Andrew Frick to replace Dianne Craig as director of sales in the United States while naming Craig to fill a void created by the sudden departure of two top executives at the FordDirect...
U.S. sales of the Ford F-series were a bright spot in April, up 3.5 percent for the nameplate's 12th consecutive month of year-over-year gains. Ford's overall U.S. sales fell 4.
Where will new Ford customers turn for an entry-level offering when the automaker's North American dealerships no longer carry a single sedan? We're about to find out.
Ford said it's reorganizing its operations in China by simplifying its distribution network and appointing new leaders to replace the CEO who abruptly left in January.
Ford has elected not to use GM's nine-speed transmission out of the box, opting instead for two new eight-speed transmissions on vehicles such as the Ford Edge, Ford Transit Connect and Lincoln Nautilus.
The first diesel version of the Ford F-150 will be rated at 30 mpg in highway driving, making it the most fuel-efficient full-size pickup on the market when it hits showrooms next month.
The first diesel F-150 will get 30 mpg highway, 22 mpg city and 25 mpg combined, according to EPA estimates, making it the most fuel-efficient full-size pickup when it hits showrooms in May.
Ford Motor Co. says it will make just 68 of the 2018 Mustang Cobra Jet drag strip cars, which can top 240 km/h. Ford Canada says a "very limited" number will be available north of the border.
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