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Ford to expand into Europe

Sep 7, 2012
Ford Motor Company has announced plans to introduce more models into Europe, including the iconic Mustang. The timing seems strange -- Ford is expected to lose more than a billion dollars in Europe this year.
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Ford looks to lighten its pickup trucks

Jul 27, 2012
Ford reportedly plans to swap aluminum for much of the steel in its F-150 pickup truck. Will the gamble for fuel efficiency fly with customers?
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Ford finds a market beyond cars

May 25, 2012
Ford's blue oval logo and pick-up truck slogan fuels sales of licensed products from Hot Wheels toys to girls’ T-shirts.
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Moody's upgrades Ford debt

May 23, 2012
Six years ago, Ford lost billions when SUV sales stalled. It borrowed billions, and put up factories and its famous trademark as collateral. After a major restructuring, the automaker has earned an investment-grade rating from Moody's.
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Moody's raises Ford back up to investment grade

May 22, 2012
The carmaker survived the recession by selling all its assets back in 2006, and now it's able to get it all back.
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Some carmakers have best sales in years

Apr 3, 2012
Auto sales for the month of March are trickling out this month and so far the numbers look pretty good. Chrysler said it had its best month in four years with sales up 34 percent. Ford also had its best month in years with sales up 5 percent.
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New technology to ease and worsen highway congestion

Feb 28, 2012
Things will get simultaneously better and worse in our cars.
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Ford CEO Alan Mulally on the auto industry's progress

Feb 17, 2012
The president of Ford Motor Co. credits good investments as a reason for the company's ability to stay afloat during the recession.
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Mid-day Extra: More from Ford's CEO

Feb 17, 2012
Listen to an extended conversation with Ford CEO Alan Mulally, where he discusses whether consumers will want larger or smaller cars 20 years from now and the importance of emerging markets like China to the carmaker.
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Auto industry revs engines with Super Bowl ads

Feb 6, 2012
Chevy snubs Ford pick-up in 'apocalypse' commercial while Clint Eastwood boasts Detroit's comeback with inspirational "second half" speech
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