BACK FROM THE BRINKMay 14
In mid-2011, a rival CEO snidely suggested someone should "sprinkle holy water" on Lincoln. But instead of planning for a funeral, the brand's executives were quietly crafting a plan that would eventually lead Ford's luxury marque back to relevance.
FORD: Trucks can't overcome weaker car, utility volumeMay 1
U.S. sales of the Ford F-series were a bright spot in April, up 3.5 percent for the nameplate's 12th consecutive month of year-over-year gains. Ford's overall U.S. sales fell 4.5 percent behind lower fleet, car and utility demand
Ford shifts U.S. sales leaders following departuresMay 1
Ford appointed marketing executive Andrew Frick to replace Dianne Craig as director of sales in the United States while naming Craig to fill a void created by the sudden departure of two top executives at the FordDirect joint venture with dealers.
Great potential for Falotico at LincolnApril 30
GM dangles $10,000 Cadillac Escalade discount to fend off Lincoln NavigatorApril 16
Ford to ramp up Lincoln rollout in China to catch rivals, report saysApril 12
Aeronautics, baby Navigator and better grip: What people are saying about Lincoln AviatorApril 10
Lincoln dials back fleet businessApril 8
The Continental will be swinging it old schoolApril 2
Aviator next in Lincoln utility paradeApril 2
Continental sedan will get suicide doors againApril 2
Lincoln Aviator crossover to take flight in 2019March 28
Lincoln's three-row Aviator crossover, which sits on a new rear-wheel-drive platform and is available in gasoline or plug-in hybrid form, returns at a key time for the brand. Lincoln aims to hit 300,000 global sales by the end of the decade and will rely heavily on utility vehicles to get there.