A virtual who’s who among Metro Detroit’s power brokers join host Carol Cain and the rest of the “Michigan Matters” crew as they crisscross Cobo Center this week at the North American International Auto Show.
It was a whirlwind first day at the North American International Auto Show for Ford executive chairman Bill Ford Jr.
Ford Motor Company Chairman Bill Ford had the honors at a ribbon-cutting ceremony, opening up a new multi-service community center in the old Mercado Building in Detroit’s Mexicantown district.
The great-grandson of Henry Ford told the Mackinac Policy Conference Thursday morning that America has a newfound respect for manufacturing, a field that can and should be green.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell isn’t above seeking a little advice as the lockout approaches its 10th week with no end in sight.
On WWJ-TV’s ‘Michigan Matters’, Lansing Mayor Virg Benero slammed the leader’s plans to improve the troubled state saying he has yet to see any sign of jobs being created from the fray.
After a couple of very difficult years in the auto industry, the “dark clouds” are lifting, and, says Ford executive chairman Bill Ford, technology and innovation will lead the way. “We’re becoming relevant again to […]
It’s the most fun you’ll ever have in a traffic jam. While the Woodward Dream Cruise doesn’t officially start until Saturday, automotive enthusiasts, along with some annoyed neighbors, know that the classic cars lovers are […]
After a five-year wage freeze, Ford Motor Co. Executive Chairman Bill Ford Jr. is getting paid again. It’s another sign that the automaker founded by his great-grandfather Henry Ford is healthy enough to award its […]