In 2017, we said goodbye to ...Dec. 30, 2017
2017 Photos of the year: PeopleJan. 1
Former Ford CEO Mark Fields named senior adviser at TPG CapitalOct. 17, 2017
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.
First Shift: Mark Fields' new focus: Private equityOct. 18, 2017
Ford explores strategic alliance with India's MahindraSept. 18, 2017
Ford Motor Co. and Indian automaker Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd. are exploring forming a strategic alliance as the U.S. automaker tries to gain a foothold in a country that's set to become the world's third-biggest car market.
Ford curbed the infighting once. It must do it againJune 12, 2017
GM shareholders to decide on Greenlight stock plan, board challengeJune 5, 2017
Hackett's Job One: End the infightingJune 5, 2017
Lutz: Fields great for 15 years agoJune 5, 2017
Failed Ford, Google deal the turning pointMay 29, 2017
A look back at the timeline of the failed Ford-Google talks reveals a moment that became a turning point in Mark Fields' career at Ford. The episode indirectly left Ford struggling to voice an autonomous vehicle strategy and led to the emergence of Jim Hackett.
Fields tried to fire Hinrichs before being ousted from FordMay 31, 2017
Days before his May 19 ouster as CEO of Ford, Mark Fields was proposing to fire his top lieutenant, Joe Hinrichs, in an effort to relieve some of the pressure he was facing from a skeptical board of directors, Automotive News has learned.
After Fields, is anyone safe?May 29, 2017
Mark Fields managed the F-150 pickup transformation, repositioned the Lincoln brand, restored European profits, renegotiated labor agreements and started a movement to the world of mobility. That he was fired begs the question: Is anyone safe?