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Concerns are growing that battery suppliers such as LG Chem and Samsung won't be able to keep up as automakers promise dozens of new electric vehicles in the coming years.
Ford recalled 1.3 million 2015-17 F-150 pickups and 2017 Super Duty pickups to fix faulty side door latches. The action will cost the automaker $267 million in the fourth quarter.
Former Ford Motor CEO Mark Fields has been named a senior adviser at private equity firm TPG Capital, where he will be tasked with helping reinvent companies in the way that he attempted to transform Ford.
Argo AI, a Pittsburgh artificial intelligence company backed by Ford, has grown aggressively, but its CEO says much work remains to help Ford bring an autonomous car to market in 2021.
Sheriff Julian Whittington of the Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office in Louisiana said in a letter to its dealership, Hixson Ford of Alexandria, that it would no longer buy Ford police vehicles.
Ford plans to increase the number of electric vehicle charging stations for its North American employees from 200 to 600 over the next three years as it places a greater emphasis on electrification.
GM's and Ford's visions for competing against Silicon Valley are starting to come into focus — and Wall Street finally may be taking notice.
Under new CEO Jim Hackett, Ford plans to redirect a third of the company's internal-combustion engine outlays to vehicle electrification and cut costs by $14 billion.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett outlined sweeping changes that include reallocating US$7 billion from cars to SUVs, crossovers and trucks, speeding up vehicle development, slashing costs by US$14 billion and building Internet...
Replacement demand from Hurricane Harvey helped an already-strong September for Ford as the automaker snapped a three-month sales skid.
Ford said it will increase the number of battery electric vehicles it offers, and is forming a dedicated internal team to study and develop the technology.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett said he would not yet ride in an autonomous car on public roads, although he said the automaker remains "on track" to deliver a self-driving car of its own in 2021.
Ford’s decision to partner with Lyft, a company part-owned by GM, helps answer big questions about plans to launch autonomous vehicles early in the next decade.
Longo Toyota in California offers community and school groups the chance to raise money by working in its service department for a day.
Ford is expanding paid time for mothers of newborns and newly adopted children, and is introducing paid time off for fathers as part of an updated health plan.
The interior of the 2019 Ford Ranger may look similar to that of the midsize pickup now sold in markets outside the U.S.
After quietly evaluating Ford's operations since taking over as CEO in May, Jim Hackett is expected to start laying out his plan for the automaker during a meeting with Wall Street next week.
Here are 10 facts about Ford's top executive Jim Hackett.
A dealership general manager says his used-car lot is full of BMW 7-series sedans that buyers have traded in for the Continental.
Ford is hoping to speed up vehicle design time and supplement traditional techniques like clay modeling with a new-age technology: augmented reality.
Ford said it will temporarily shut down production lines at five assembly plants in North America before the end of the year to fix recalled commercial vans and reduce output of slow-selling cars.
Ford plans to shut down Transit production at its Kansas City Assembly Plant for seven days starting next week amid slumping sales for the nation's best-selling large van.
Ford thinks the interior of autonomous vehicles could resemble a kitchen or office conference room.
Tito Melega, the new creative chief of Ford's agency plans to invoke the company's long and global legacy of moving people.
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