bill ford jr

Martha Ford Takes Over Lions Ownership; Bill Ford Jr. Remains Vice Chairman The Detroit Lions will stay in the Ford family.
Bill Ford Jr. Calls Chicago Bears A 'Bunch Of Thugs'Detroit Lions vice chairman Bill Ford Jr. rarely speaks in public, and when he does, he usually delivers something interesting.
Lions' Bill Ford Jr.: 'At The End Of The Day, We're All Fans'“If you can’t get excited watching football, you shouldn't be in this,” said Ford, vice chairman of the Detroit Lions.
Michigan's 1 Percent: Forbes Lists Local BillionairesSo, who's the top of the heap? In Michigan, it's Amway co-founder Dick DeVos, who is worth an estimated $5.1 billion.
Parkmobile Launches Mobile Parking Payment System In Mt. ClemensParkmobile USA Inc., a company whose investors include Bill Ford Jr., announced Monday that its smartphone parking payment service has been implemented in Mount Clemens.
Wooley's Weekly Winners 6-1-12With another week in the books it’s time to bring you my weekly winners for the final week in May.
Ford: Clogged Roads A Threat To Auto IndustryBill Ford Jr. will tell a mobile electronic device conference in Barcelona, Spain that the world's roadways will become paralyzed as the world population grows by another 2 billion people to 9 billion in 40 years.
CEO Group Updates Turnaround Plan For StateMichigan's business leaders are sounding bullish about the state's economic future
World-Renowned Guru Bikram Choudhury Visits Northville Yoga StudioHe’s the yoga guru to the stars as folks like Madonna, Bill Ford Jr., Jennifer Aniston, Goldie Hawn and many thousands more in neighborhoods across America can’t get enough of what Bikram Choudhury has to say.
Gov. Snyder: The Toughest Part Of Reinventing Is Still AheadIf you think getting through the state’s budget with painful cuts on things like education and film/brownfield incentives was difficult, hold onto your seats sports fans as Gov. Rick Snyder says the toughest part of reinventing is still ahead.
'Michigan Matters' Mackinac Conference 2011Exclusive interviews gathered at the Detroit Regional Chamber’s annual Mackinac Policy Conference with Gov. Rick Snyder, auto execs Bob King, Bill Ford Jr., and Mark Reuss plus the Detroit Public School’s Emergency Financial Manager Roy Roberts.
Bill Ford Asks NFL To Review Rule On Lions' Non-Catch