Before Ford, Hackett built reputation on transforming Mich. office furniture companyMon, 22, May 2017
Jim Hackett, the man named to replace Mark Fields as CEO of Ford, is a former board member at the automaker who spent most of his career running a Michigan furniture maker before Fields tapped him to steer Ford's investments in new forms of mobility.
New Ford CEO Hackett conjures up memories of MulallyTue, 23, May 2017
AutoNews Now: U.S. sues FCA over diesel emissionsTue, 23, May 2017
In the pits with Hendrick MotorsportsMon, 22, May 2017
Fields had rocky relationship with TrumpTue, 23, May 2017
Ford awards multimillion-dollar retention bonuses to four executivesTue, 23, May 2017
Marcy Klevorn to head up Ford mobility operationsMon, 22, May 2017
VW's Mueller says culture change could still take yearsTue, 23, May 2017
VW Group CEO Matthias Mueller said some managers are resisting the automaker's push for a new era of accountability after its emissions fraud. "There are definitely people who are longing for the old centralistic leadership," Mueller said.
Ford fires CEO Mark Fields, names former Steelcase chief Jim Hackett to take overMon, 22, May 2017
Ford, in a sweeping management shake-up, named Jim Hackett, former CEO of Steelcase, chief executive, replacing Mark Fields, who is stepping down amid pressure from shareholders over a slumping stock price and during a period of rapid transformation and disruption that is rocking the auto industry.
Ford's leadership reboot brings focus on EuropeTue, 23, May 2017
Ford's replacement of CEO Mark Fields with turnaround specialist Jim Hackett has put its European operations under scrutiny, with industry watchers speculating whether the company will exit the region like its rival, GM.