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Latest Alan Mulally Items
For Mark Fields, Ford's newly appointed CEO, the biggest challenge is to stay the course and not let the company drift back into the bad habits that almost sunk it a decade ago.
Ford names Mark Fields new chief executive; Alan Mulally to step down as CEO on July 1.
Ford Motor Co.'s worldwide sales rose in the first quarter, propelled by growing strength in Asia and Europe. But weakness in North America dragged down the company's profit.
Some call it a game-changer. Some just shake their heads. Either way, Ford's new aluminum-clad F-150 is such a radical departure from past pickup trucks that it dominated talk at the opening of the Detroit auto show.
Ford executives won rave reviews from investors during what turned into the shortest shareholder meeting on record.
Ford Motor Co.'s turnaround in the past five years has resulted in big profits and won its CEO a reputation for brilliant management.
Four years ago, Ford mortgaged everything down to the blue oval logo to save itself. Now, even as Americans remain skittish about the economy, it's reaping big rewards and stealing business from stumbling rivals.
DETROIT (AP) — Fast-rising gas prices claimed their latest victim today: Ford Motor Co., which dropped its goal of becoming profitable by 2009 and said it will cut production of trucks and sport utility vehicles through the rest of this year. It was a warning shot to the rest of the beleaguered U.S. auto industry, which is facing its worst sales in more than a decade.