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Dave Pericak, head of Ford Performance, has been on countless hot laps on racetracks across the globe. But one in particular stands out.
After a successful two years as head of Ford's European, Middle East and African operations, Jim Farley moves back to the automaker's U.S. headquarters with an expanded set of responsibilities.
In the mid-1990s, I profiled Jim Hackett, now Ford's new CEO, as a "different kind" of CEO at Steelcase. Indeed he was.
Despite financial success, a lack of clarity about Ford's future, inability to inspire confidence in workers and indifference on Wall Street doomed Fields less than three years into his tenure.
Much like the standard sedan on the road and race car on the big oval, pace cars, too, have evolved over the years. Here's a look at some of the more notable Indy 500 pace cars over the years.
For Ford of Europe President Jim Farley, racing is the antidote to the pressures of working life.
Unifor President Jerry Dias said he is not concerned about potential job cuts under new Ford CEO Jim Hackett, who oversaw about 12,000 layoffs during his tenure as the head of Steelcase Inc.
Ford Motor Co. CEOs since the resignation of Henry Ford II in October 1979.
Ford and GM are making recession-style staff cuts even as sales and profits remain relatively strong.
Analysts, experts and industry insiders respond to the management shake-up atop Ford.
Ford will build an eight-speed front-wheel-drive transmission, downsized from a planned nine-speed, at a Michigan plant.
The immediate impact on dealership buy-sell activity from Ford's executive shakeup is likely negligible, buy-sell advisors say, but the long-term impact could be problematic.
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