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Official

Virtually all profit came from trucks and SUVs sold in North America

Ford continues on its "fitness" regimen.

CES

It wants to provide a shared platform for "transit choreography"

It wants to provide a shared platform for "transit choreography"

Followup

Blame crossovers and Ford's own neglect, but when sedans die off, consumers pay a price

Official

Having cake, eating it too: People want crossovers with the mileage of sedans

Having cake, eating it too: People want crossovers with the mileage of sedans.

Report

It's a bit of a mystery, since Ford says it won't import Chinese Fusions here

It's the latest move in CEO Jim Hackett's streamlining strategy.

Official

As expected, e-commerce giant enlisted to bolster Ford in China.

SHANGHAI — Alibaba Group Holding has signed a deal with Ford to explore cooperation in areas such as cloud computing, connectivity and retail, which could involve selling Ford cars on Alibaba's online retail platform Tmall. Alibaba in a statement on Thursday said digital marketing-focused Alimama and operating system firm AliOS would be among subsidiaries working with Ford under the three-year agreement. One avenue under consideration is the sale of Ford cars on Tmall, an Alibaba spokesw

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Ford would also stock "auto vending machines."

Ford would also stock "auto vending machines."

Official

15 of them will be EVs as automaker tries to revive slowing sales.

15 of the 50 will be electrified.

Official

But year to date, GM's stock is up nearly 30 percent, while Ford is down almost 1 percent.

But year to date, GM's stock is up nearly 30 percent, while Ford is down almost 1 percent.

Official

It's a win-win for two big global players.

It's a win-win for two big global players.

Official

"Some big decisions will be made," Ford Chief Financial Officer Bob Shanks says.

"Some big decisions will be made," Ford Chief Financial Officer Bob Shanks said.

Breaking

Ford said Wednesday that new CEO Jim Hackett is eligible for at least $13.4 million in total annual compensation. ​​​His prececessor, Mark Fields, meanwhile, who was ousted by the board over the company's 37 percent stock slide, could walk away with about $57.5 million in compensation, Bloomberg reports. The bulk of Fields' consolation prize is in unvested stock awards worth $29.4 million, as of Wednesday's close, that will vest through 2020. Fields also is eligible for $17.5 million in retirem

Followup

The U.S. No. 2 automaker is stuck in a product drought that shows no signs of easing until 2019, ​​​​​.

Followup

Over the past 12 months, shares of Ford are down nearly 16 percent. The S&P 500 index has jumped nearly 17 percent over the same time.

Opinion

Ford's message: Staying the course is no longer acceptable.

Making sense of the news out of Dearborn.

Official

Mobility division boss Jim Hackett takes over.

Ford's middling stock price forces Fields' ouster.