Ford Foundation to open Detroit office after 64-year hiatusMay 30
Analysts react to Ford leadership changesMay 22
Bill Ford celebrates family, company legacies in IrelandApril 20
Bill Ford: Looks like Detroit's not 'too dumb' after allOct. 31, 2016
Land Rover at ease with fast followersAug. 6, 2016
Gerry McGovern, Land Rover's design director, couldn't care less about other automakers copying the brand's design DNA. He's focusing on the next Defender and the launch of the new Discovery this fall.
Fords at homeJune 20, 2016
A bronze, life-size sculpture of Edsel and Eleanor Ford walking arm-in-arm was unveiled last week at the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, the couple's mansion in Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich. The sculpture commemorates the 100th wedding anniversary exhibit at the Ford House.
Family Ties: The dynasties of the auto industryJune 6, 2016
Family-controlled auto groups have survived monumental upheaval over the past century, sometimes going against the bottom-line principles of pure capitalism. Need proof? Just look at Ford, BMW, Toyota, Fiat Chrysler and Volkswagen. All are steered in various degrees by the founder's family.
Fields earned 17% bump in compensation in 2015March 18, 2016
Ford creates mobility subsidiary; director Hackett resigns to lead itMarch 11, 2016
Ford touts 'backup trailer assist' function in new F-150 adsNov. 25, 2015
Ford outsells Hyundai in China with capacity expansion, new carsApril 8, 2015
Ford III embraces racing heritage -- and his ownFeb. 9, 2015
Henry Ford III, the great-great-grandson of Henry Ford and grandson of Henry Ford II, says he downplayed his identity while growing up. "To be honest, for a while when I was younger, I sort of tried to avoid it," he told sister publication Autoweek. "You know, when you're a young kid -- especially fifth grade, sixth grade -- you don't want to stick out."