Detroit competition for talent ramps up in Silicon ValleyWed, 17, Aug 2016
For the first time in America's industrial history, the center for automotive technology is drifting away from Detroit. Ford, aiming to put fully autonomous vehicles into the economy by 2021, announced that it's doubling the size of its office in Silicon Valley to 260 people and investing in four companies that are key to building self-driving cars.
The Detroit 3 leaders: Where are they now? Here's a reality checkMon, 15, Aug 2016
This industry fixates on the flashy. But shiny pennies stretch only so far, and the industry needs regular reality checks against the hype and perceptions. Today's installment: The leaders of the Detroit 3.
Ford's Q3 warning jolts the industrySun, 31, Jul 2016
After boasting of record profits earlier in the year, Ford has dropped a profit warning that is as jarring as concrete blocks hitting the bed of an aluminum pickup.
Ford posts 9% decline in Q2 profit, warns of challenges aheadThu, 28, Jul 2016
Ford today said its second-quarter profit fell 9 percent to $1.97 billion and warned that the rest of the year would be “much weaker than normal” as U.S. demand softens and the automaker launches redesigned versions of its heavy-duty pickups.