Ford is firing CEO Mark Fields, naming former Steelcase chief Jim Hackett to take over, Forbes reportsMon, 22, May 2017
Ford will fire CEO Mark Fields and replace him with James Hackett, head of the automaker's Smart Mobility arm, as part of a broad management shakeup, according to reports by Forbes and other news organizations.
How do you run multimillion dollar enterprises? With love and appreciationFri, 19, May 2017
Before Ford, Hackett built reputation on transforming Mich. office furniture companyMon, 22, May 2017
Amid good times, Ford braces for bad onesMon, 22, May 2017
Carlos Tavares stays on trackSat, 20, May 2017
Toyota's CEO was satisfied with his car-guy status until he bumped heads with Hiromu NaruseSun, 21, May 2017
Akio Toyoda not only runs Toyota Motor Corp. but is its master driver, the final arbiter of what makes a Lexus a Lexus and a Toyota a Toyota. Knowing how to drive - no, race - a car makes him like no other CEO in the 79 years since his grandfather founded the company.
Driverless cars will redefine racingSun, 21, May 2017
Why tiny Mazda rules amateur racingSun, 21, May 2017
LAcarGuy's racing videos strike a chordSat, 20, May 2017
California dealer Mike Sullivan, the self-branded LAcarGuy, has headed to the track to promote his Porsche of South Bay store. He's racing in a Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport series and taking his customers along for the ride in his Weekend Warriors web video series.