How could I possibly top three straight 18-hour days prowling the International Consumer Electronics Show? Easy, With a fourth 18-hour day that as usual held so much fascinating stuff that you don’t realize you’re tired until it’s over.
Alan Mulally confirming that Ford plans to add thousands more new jobs over the next two years.
NASCAR’s Pure Michigan 400 revs up Michigan International Speedway this Sunday, and former U of M and pro football star Desmond Howard will serve as Grand Marshal.
One week and counting for the debt limit deadline in Washington. Although, neither side in Washington appears willing to budge on the debt ceiling debate.
The president and CEO of Ford Motor Company made a stop in South Carolina to make good on a promise to a friend.
President and CEO Alan Mulally told reportes the company is hoping to sell 8 million vehicles by mid-decade, up from 5.3 million vehicles last year.
Ford’s proxy statement released Friday indicates he earned over $26 million in salary and compensation.
Mulally says Ford has revamped its product lineup to offer more small and mid-size fuel- efficient cars that he says are appealing to consumers in ever- increasing numbers.
Ford Motor Co. president and CEO Alan Mulally is making it two-for-two among the world’s largest technology trade shows.
While the U.S.Transportation secretary has publicly criticized even hands-free systems like ‘Ford-Sync’ there was a lot of common ground at their meeting states Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally.