How Ford turned up its quality rankingJune 25
The Ford brand achieved its highest initial-quality mark since the J.D. Power study started 30 years ago. Joe Hinrichs credits the turnaround to a series of moves begun in early 2013.
Hackett's Job One: End the infightingJune 5
New Ford CEO Jim Hackett must guide the automaker through a wave of changes -- new executives, a new structure, looming buyouts and a declining market.
Hinrichs, Farley divvy up Ford operationsMay 29
Ford's revamped management structure puts Joe Hinrichs and Jim Farley in new, more powerful positions that could put one of them in line to lead the company in the future.
Ford's Hinrichs on how to improve NAFTAMay 1
Ford’s top executive for the Americas, Joe Hinrichs, offers two specific ways to improve the North American Free Trade Agreement.
AutoNews Now: Debating Tesla's true valueApril 14
Execs weigh in on Tesla's value surge; Apple gets permit to test autonomous cars; Nissan Titan's rise; Marchionne puts aside partner pursuit; Volvo at 90; One car, 1,360 horses.
Hinrichs on Tesla market cap: Markets can be 'irrational'April 11
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 automakingMarch 29
Ford plans to announce production of a new engine in Ontario, two sources familiar with the matter said, in an investment that would boost Canada's auto industry.
AutoNews Now: China's Tencent buys 5% of TeslaMarch 28
China's Tencent buys 5% of Tesla; Ford hikes Mich. investments; VW board backs managers; GM nixes proposal for two common-stock classes; Cops foil plot to steal a Ferrari ... Enzo.
Ford owes suppliers payouts after Mexico car plant abortedJan. 12
Ford is working on a plan to compensate parts makers that were preparing to supply the plant the company canceled last week and will return the land to the government of Mexico, an executive said.
First Shift: An 'interesting' time at FordJan. 12
An 'interesting' time at Ford; Honda's Mendel sounds alarm on long loans, fleet sales, spiffs; Uber view on autonomy; Border-tax idea called 'troubling.'
Truck sales could grow under Trump, Ford's Hinrichs saysJan. 11
Ford's Americas chief suggested that pro-growth policies from President-elect Donald Trump could help lead to more truck sales, even as the overall U.S. market plateaus.
3 Ford leaders talk about Trump, EPA and moreDec. 10, 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.