Ford small-car strategy in Europe overhauledMon, 20, Jun 2016
Lincoln's VanDyke tapped as Ford of Europe marketing VPMon, 06, Jun 2016
Lincoln's top marketing and sales executive, Matt VanDyke, is leaving the brand this summer to become Ford of Europe's vice president of marketing. VanDyke will be replaced by Robert Parker, who oversaw Lincoln's launch in China, a Ford spokesman said today.
How Farley steered Ford's European turnaroundMon, 06, Jun 2016
Why Ford picked ex-crane engineering student to lead Europe mobility pushSat, 14, May 2016
Ford of Europe shunned Silicon Valley talent to launch its latest digital service that is so ambitious it's billed as "doing for car owners what iTunes did for music." The automaker tasked Joerg Ullrich, a former crane engineering student, with launching FordPass in its European markets.
Fired up for Ford's big Le Mans anniversaryMon, 16, May 2016
Ford to invest $169 million in South Africa to build Everest SUVTue, 05, Apr 2016
Ford trades 'punching' for profit in EuropeSat, 05, Mar 2016
Ford of Europe boss aims for steady profitsMon, 08, Feb 2016
Ford of Europe increased vehicle sales 11 percent to 1.3 million vehicles in its core markets and finished 2015 with its first operating profit in three years. Jim Farley, who started his second year as Ford of Europe president on Jan. 1, wants the division to be a consistent profit contributor to its U.S. parent.
Ford, Opel find footing as carmakers will count more on the regionMon, 08, Feb 2016
Opel is confident this is the year that it will break even after more than a decade of losses. Ford of Europe, which after three years of losses returned to profit in 2015 with the help of an accounting change, expects to once again become the money-making machine it was from 2004 until 2011.
Ford of Europe's Farley bullish as brand's financial rebound takes holdWed, 07, Oct 2015
New Ford of Europe boss Jim Farley is bullish about the brand's chances of making a profit again soon despite a huge slump in Russia, where the automaker has invested heavily in products and plants. Farley explained to Automotive News Europe why he expects to benefit from the comittment to Russia and a much-improved SUV lineup.