Ford found recipe for profits in EuropeFri, 17, Feb 2017
Ford was unprofitable in Europe from 2011-2014. But then-CEO Alan Mulally implemented an aggressive restructuring plan that included shuttering three manufacturing plants, slashing thousands of jobs and reinvigorating its product lineup with new and freshened vehicles, including performance and luxury variants.
New Jersey dealer was a pioneer in warranty-pay lawsuitMon, 20, Feb 2017
As a Lincoln-Mercury dealer in New Jersey in the 1990s, Robert Robertazzi successfully sued Ford Motor Co. over payment for warranty work. That landmark case helped make New Jersey one of the first states to put teeth in its laws requiring dealer reimbursement at retail rates for warranty-related parts and labor.
Lincoln taps bluesman for Grammys adWed, 08, Feb 2017
Lincoln plans to air a television ad for its flagship Continental sedan this Sunday during the Grammy awards. Called “Cord,” the luxury brand's 60-second spot features contemporary blues musician Gary Clark Jr. and a one-of-a-kind amplifier -- designed by Revel Audio Systems -- that mirrors the Continental's mesh grille.
Ford plans to nearly double SUV models in U.S. by 2020Tue, 07, Feb 2017
Ford plans to expand its lineup of Ford and Lincoln SUVs and crossover vehicles in the U.S. to 13 models from seven by 2020, according to company officials and supplier sources, in response to rapid growth in sales.
Lincoln: Customer service is differentiatorMon, 06, Feb 2017
FORD: Sales drop 0.7% despite stronger retail performanceWed, 01, Feb 2017
Lincoln rides into 2017 on positive momentumSat, 28, Jan 2017
Ford Motor Co. executives have repeatedly stressed that Lincoln's return to relevancy will be a long journey. Luis Somoano, chairman of the Lincoln National Dealer Council, thinks the biggest step in that journey will come in 2017.