Hinrichs on Tesla market cap: Markets can be 'irrational'Tue, 11, Apr 2017
Joe Hinrichs, Ford's president of the Americas, stopped short of saying Tesla does not deserve to have a higher market value than Ford, but said the metric used by Wall Street investors should be heavily influenced by cash flow.
Ford to announce Ontario engine program in boost to Canada automakingWed, 29, Mar 2017
Ford owes suppliers payouts after Mexico car plant abortedThu, 12, Jan 2017
Truck sales could grow under Trump, Ford's Hinrichs saysWed, 11, Jan 2017
3 Ford leaders talk about Trump, EPA and moreSat, 10, Dec 2016
Joe Hinrichs, Ford president of the Americas; Joy Falotico, Ford Motor Credit CEO; and Stephen Odell, Ford's global marketing, sales and service chief, met with Automotive News' editorial staff earlier this week for a wide-ranging discussion about the business.
Ford sees lineup changing to match demandMon, 05, Dec 2016
Ford will likely make changes to its car lineup as demand for small SUVs continues to outpace that for sedans. That could include offering crossover-style variants of certain sedans or dropping certain nameplates altogether.
Ford's Hinrichs to speak at world congressMon, 03, Oct 2016
TALK FROM THE TOP with Joe Hinrichs: Restructuring paved way for Ford's renaissanceMon, 23, May 2016
For all of the work Ford has done turning around Europe and growing in China, North America has generated 93 percent of the company's profits since 2011. It generated record earnings of $3.1 billion in the first quarter. Overseeing that profit machine is Joe Hinrichs.
Ford finds mixed blessing in end of tiered wagesSun, 08, May 2016
Joe Hinrichs has Ford hummingMon, 02, May 2016
Since 2011, Ford Motor Co. has earned pretax profits totaling $45 billion in North America. It lost $1.8 billion in the rest of the world. And North America's position as Ford's profit driver keeps getting stronger. Ford's president of the Americas has a lot to do with that.
Ford sweated details to improve launchesMon, 11, May 2015
When Ford began building the aluminum-bodied version of its most profitable vehicle last year, the automaker set out to avoid the glitches that had hobbled other launches. As production of the redesigned F-150 pickup nears full speed again, Ford has done just that, Joe Hinrichs says.
Ford rides truck wave as small cars fizzleMon, 04, May 2015
After preparing for a future built on small cars, Ford is now straining to keep up with demand for SUVs and crossovers. What's more, the main reason Ford upped its profit guidance last week is demand for the new F-150 pickup, Americas chief Joe Hinrichs says.