“I would like to end the Microsoft speculation because I have no other plans to do anything other than serve Ford,” Mulally said.
Ford Motor Co., a darling of the auto industry’s comeback, is facing its biggest test since CEO Alan Mulally charted its successful course out of the Great Recession.
Did Alan Mulally, who has held the top job at Ford since 2006, just shut down those Microsoft rumors?
Mulally says he’s made no changes to his plan to stay at Ford through the end of 2014. But he hasn’t denied rumors that Microsoft Corp. is courting him.
Ford’s board of directors has ended a two-day quarterly meeting without issuing a public statement on the future of CEO Alan Mulally.
With the Motor City’s fiscal crisis hitting the boiling point and all signs pointing to the naming of an Emergency Manager what’s needed is a game changer with skillset similar to Ford Motor Co.’s CEO Alan Mulally.
We’re taking this space as the year wraps up to bring you the biggest, most controversial stories that dominated Motown in 2012.
But, Alan Mulally is staying through at least 2014
It comes after Romney famously wrote an opinion piece for the New York Times titled “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt” during the height of the industry’s woes in 2009.
Ford is losing two top executives, but the company’s CEO says he isn’t going anywhere.