U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co. said it was confident enough in its prospects to restore merit raises and benefits to salaried workers taken away a year ago.
Ford Motor Co.'s third-quarter profit is evidence the U.S. automaker is successfully turning its fortunes around, a top executive says.
Ford Motor Co. said it would ramp up production by 150,000 U.S. cars this year as sales have surged due to the U.S. "Cash for Clunkers" program.
South Korean automaker Hyundai has been awarded the North American Car of the Year for its Genesis luxury sedan.
Dearborn, Mich., automaker Ford Motor Co. said Thursday that workforce reductions would include 15 percent of its salaried North American employees.
Ford Motor Co. paid Chief Executive Alan Mulally $21.7 million in 2007, a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission revealed Friday.
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Ford executive Mark Fields says he has no plans to change one of his most recognizable attributes -- his mullet hairstyle. Although Fields, executive vice president and president of Ford's Americas division, says he does not believe his hairstyle counts a
Ford Motor Co. confirmed at the Chicago Auto Show Wednesday it will revive the Taurus name, putting it on the 2008 version of the Five Hundred. In addition, an upgraded version of the Freestyle crossover sport utility station wagon will be renamed the Tau
Ford Motor Co.'s North American head said Thursday he would give up his free use of a company plane to fly home to south Florida from Detroit on weekends.