Ford targets 13% U.S. retail shareSat, 28, Jan 2017
Ford tweaks stair-step incentive program againMon, 11, Apr 2016
The Ford brand is extending its year-old stair-step incentive program through at least July, based on evidence that it has helped increase market share and dealer profitability, but executives are evaluating whether it should remain long term.
Ford brand stair-step program to remain in place -- for nowSat, 02, Apr 2016
The Ford brand is extending its year-old stair-step incentive program at least through July and making some tweaks in response to feedback from dealers, but executives are still evaluating whether it should remain in place long-term.
This time, no sweat over hot fleet salesMon, 07, Mar 2016
Ford's LaNeve stops short of confirming Bronco's expected returnThu, 11, Feb 2016
The Bronco, one of Ford's storied nameplates, seems likely to be one of the four new utility vehicles coming to the Ford lineup in the next four years. But Ford's Mark LaNeve stopped just short of confirming it last week.
New Ford Bronco? 'It's a great nameplate' LaNeve saysMon, 15, Feb 2016
'Friends' deals hurt Ford's low-priced vehicles, but boosted overall pricesTue, 01, Dec 2015
Sales of Ford Motor Co.'s cars and smaller crossovers were hurt by the company's decision to stop offering no-interest financing last month. From now through Jan. 4, Ford said, it will offer most of its vehicles with 0 percent, 60-month loans plus $1,000 cash back after dropping its no-haggle “Friends & Neighbors” promotion a month earlier than planned.
Ford's LaNeve: 'Friends' promo won't hike cost of spiffsTue, 03, Nov 2015
Ford's U.S. retail volume best since '06Tue, 01, Sep 2015
Ford Motor Co. had its best retail-sales month since March 2006 in August, selling 183,467 vehicles in the U.S. Ford posted its highest F-series number of the year and gains of at least 20 percent for five crossover and SUV nameplates.
Ford dangles $10K discounts on aluminum F-150Wed, 15, Jul 2015
Ford has begun offering discounts that can exceed $10,000 on its new aluminum-bodied F-150 pickup, which has been losing sales and market share this year as the automaker works to build inventory on dealer lots.
Ford ad agency names NASCAR exec as COOTue, 16, Jun 2015
Ford names Mark LaNeve head of U.S. marketing, sales and serviceWed, 07, Jan 2015
Ford today said Mark LaNeve, a former top sales executive at General Motors, will take over as its new head of US sales, marketing and service as of Feb. 1. LaNeve, 55, replaces John Felice, who was the company's US sales chief for only 15 months. Ford said Felice, 53, “has elected to retire” after a 30-year career at the automaker.