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CEO Jim Hackett says the company doesn't intend to lose customers with decision to ax sedans in favor of SUVs and pickups; Bill Ford says he remains frustrated by lagging stock price
An abandoned train station that has come to symbolize Detroit's decline could become a beacon for the automaker's efforts to prosper in the future.
Ford is in discussions to purchase the dilapidated Michigan Central Station just outside of downtown Detroit, sources told Crain's Detroit Business, an affiliate of Automotive News.
Ford's plan to double its electrified vehicle spending is part of an investment tsunami in batteries and electric cars by global automakers that now totals $90 billion and is still growing.
Here's a look back at some of the more memorable photos of executives from 2017.
Bill Ford's investment company just took a stake in lidar supplier Ouster as industry interest heats up for the technology.
Ford Motor may have been too forthcoming with Wall Street in the past and will guard against tipping its hand on future plans, Executive Chairman Bill Ford said.
Former EPA official Margo Oge says manufacturers "would do much better if they walk the talk that they are building cool, clean and smart cars."
Ford has been grossly mismanaged since Alan Mulally left while Bill Ford Jr. has been executive chairman.
Management consultants say the structure isn't unique in the auto industry and is part of a growing wave of car companies looking to break down hierarchies.
Bill Ford, Ford Motor Co.'s executive chairman, addressed some of the mind-bending topics surrounding autonomous driving in a speech last week at The Atlantic Council in Washington, D.C.
When Bill Ford handed over his job to Mulally, he had his back. It worked. He needs to make that a priority again.
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