Ford profits fall on recall charges, higher costsThu, 27, Apr 2017
Ford reported first-quarter net income of $1.6 billion, down $900 million from a year earlier, as revenue rose and profit margins shrank. Pretax earnings were $2.2 billion, down $1.6 billion, or 42 percent, from a year earlier, when Ford posted its best quarter in the company's 114-year history.
Ford's loss on canceled Mexico plant will be lower than expectedThu, 27, Apr 2017
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U.S. auto sales forecast to slip in April as retail demand slumpsWed, 26, Apr 2017
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Bill Ford celebrates family, company legacies in IrelandThu, 20, Apr 2017
Ford taking cautious approach to China EV marketWed, 19, Apr 2017
FCA, Ford gain share as European sales rise 11%Wed, 19, Apr 2017
European sales rose 11 percent in March as automakers took advantage of a solid economy and more selling days to lure additional buyers. Fiat Chrysler and Ford were among the automakers that gained market share at the expense of regional leader VW Group and No. 2 PSA.